Pediatric Oncology Hospital, Cairo, Egypt. Mr. Boyken led a team tasked with budgeting services. The team performed an independent cost analysis to develop the budget required for the design and construction of a pediatric oncology hospital and clinic located in Cairo, Egypt. Mr. Boyken was retained by The S/L/A/M Collaborative to analyze the program-level information and participate with the design team in the development of an overall strategy and program for the development.
MacDill Air Force Base Hospital Life Safety Upgrades, FL. The 6th Medical Group Clinic at MacDill Air Force Base (“AFB”) supports combat capabilities of the 6th Air Mobility Wing, U.S. Central Command, U.S. Special Operations Command, and other diverse mission partners, by providing administrative, logistics, and ancillary medical support to 220,000 beneficiaries in the Department of Defense’s largest single catchment area. The $104M AFB Clinic provides 254,000 SQ FT of clinical space, including dental care, imaging department with an MRI and CAT scan, physical therapy, cardiology and internal medicine to serve 300 – 350 patients a day. Mr. Boyken led a team performing cost estimating for planning services at the base hospital. These services were selected to upgrade the existing clinic for Army-selected improvements.
Cottonwood Partners, Ltd., Patients Medical Center, Pasadena, TX. Cottonwood Partners is developing a two (2) story, sixty-four (64) bed acute care hospital with approximately 100,000 SF. This facility includes an interactive care unit, eight (8) operating rooms with the capacity to preform open heart procedures and an imaging facility with a sixty-four (64) slice CT scanner as well as a 1.5T MRI unit. The cope also includes a dining facility, a helipad for rapid transit and administrative support spaces. The estimated construction cost for this facility is $21 Million. Mr. Boyken is providing Owner’s Representative, Cost Management and Cost Estimating Services for the Dallas based Owner and design team. The Project is on a fast track schedule and is currently scheduled for completion in December 2006, approximately five (5) weeks ahead of schedule.
Emory University Hospital Renovation and Expansion, Atlanta, GA. Working with the design team, Mr. Boyken led a team performing cost estimating services for the bridge over Candler Road, the renovations at Emory Hospital, and the connections to Children’s at Egleston Pediatric Hospital.
Grady Memorial Hospital, Cancer Center for Excellence, Atlanta, GA. Georgia Governor Roy Barnes announced an initiative to improve cancer prevention, screening, treatment, training, and clinical research in the state. To improve access to cancer care and to reduce the number of deaths due to cancer, the Governor is creating a three (3) tiered, statewide network of private, public, non-profit and academic organizations. The third (3rd) tier of this program will be in the form of three (3) Cancer Centers for Excellence geographically dispersed throughout the state; the first of these Cancer Centers if at the Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. The Cancer Center for Excellence is located on the ninth (9th) and tenth (10th) floors of the existing hospital and was constructed while maintaining continued operation of the hospital. Mr. Boyken provided executive management services and on-site staff to assist hospital personnel in the administration of the construction contract. These services included the monitoring and coordination of the design and construction teams from the construction manager to the architect on a daily basis. The Project finished ahead of schedule and under budget.
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Alkek Patient Tower Expansion, Houston, TX. Mr. Boyken conducted a feasibility and constructability study to determine if and how to add nine (9) additional patient bed floors and one (1) mechanical floor to the existing twelve (12) story hospital building. M.D. Anderson wanted the expansion to be completed without effecting the existing patient space, operating rooms, and diagnostics and outpatient services. The evaluation criteria Mr. Boyken considered included: crane strategy, materials/ personnel movement, patient and staff safety, and operational impacts.
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, FEMA 404, Houston, TX. M.D. Anderson’s main campus has numerous basement and first (1st) floor areas containing critical equipment that could be damaged or destroyed if floodwaters breached the floodwall. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) 404 MEP mitigation projects will relocate or defend-in-place critical areas and equipment that could effect the normal functioning of the main campus and its individual buildings. Mr. Boyken’s services consist of providing on-site staff to assist assigned M. D. Anderson’s Capital Planning and Management Department in the delivery of the completed project by June 2006. Mr. Boyken provided design and construction management services in the role of Owner’s Representative.
The Methodist Hospital System, Methodist Sugar Land Hospital Expansion, Houston, TX. Phase I of the master plan included the addition of a new multi-story Acute Care Hospital containing approximately 224 patient beds. The first two (2) levels of this facility contain a Procedure Center, Heart Center and Emergency Services as well as additions to the Administrative Services and Support Services areas. The third (3rd) level houses the main mechanical, electrical and plumbing distribution equipment for the building. The Intensive Care Unit sits on the fourth (4th) level, and levels five (5), six (6) and seven (7) house the nursing floors. A two (2) story link connects the expansion to the existing hospital at the first (1st) and second (2nd) floors. The building has a pre-cast concrete, brick and glass façade to match the existing buildings and satisfy the local design covenants. Mr. Boyken provided Owner’s Representative services including Program Management, Cost Management, and Schedule Management.
University of Kentucky Patient Care Facility, Lexington, KY. The University of Kentucky Patient Care Facility consists of approximately 700,000 SF, new and existing, a bridge concourse connecting the garage and the new hospital expansion infrastructure expansion to the University’s heating and cooling piping loops, including one (1) new boiler and two (2) new chillers, renovations to two (2) existing buildings, a new entrance drive to support a new public and visitor entrance and site improvements for the Emergency Services entrance. The hospital expansion of 700,000 SF includes 500,000 SF of occupied space and 200,000 SF was shelled for fit-out for future program space. The anticipated program will consist of Acute Care Nursing Unit that will accommodate 240 private patient rooms, Emergency Services Department, shell space for a new Diagnostic and Treatment Department, Lobby Food Services Department, Central Sterile Supply Department and a helipad on the roof to access the new Emergency Services Department. Mr. Boyken served as GBBN Architect’s Cost Consultant during the design phase of the Project.
Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center, Las Vegas Valley, NV. Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center is a general medical and surgical hospital, serving approximately 120,000 emergency room patients a year. Mr. Boyken led a team performing cost estimating services and contract negotiation with the contractor. The project expanded the hospital to 400 beds and several operating rooms. The, now 730-bed hospital provided the first Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Children’s hospital in the Las Vegas Valley.