This project was a multi-phased interior remodel located at the Midtown Medical Building. The aesthetic of the project was centered around custom-built, fluted solid surface paneling at several highly visible nurses station and reception. The project also included high-impact digital wall coverings to create a unique edge. The project added two laser rooms, a new procedure room and several other critical pieces to the existing surgery center.
First generation build-out of a medspa at Colinas Crossing consisting of a custom clay tile wall installation, custom reception desk and upholstered benches in the waiting area. The back of house areas included exam rooms with custom millwork and brass hardware accents throughout. The light and airy aesthetic continued into the restrooms, where we installed glazed and patterned tiles to create the ultimate spa environment.
Our early involvement was vital to the success of this project. The Sabre team provided budget assessments throughout all design phases and value engineering to meet Austin Skin’s goals.
Renovation of existing space to create the Ronald McDonald House Family Room within the active Dell Seton Medical Center of Austin. The space includes four rooms for families of patients in the neonatal intensive care unit.
Project includes bedrooms, a kitchen area, family room and new restrooms. Continuous coordination between the Seton facilities team, their Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Ronald McDonald House Charities was necessary to the success of the project.
This project was the new construction of a single-story ambulatory surgery center and clinic. The completed space includes two operating rooms and 11 exam rooms. The exterior is comprised of a steel structure with EIFS and masonry. Construction scope included site work, water quality filtration, and detention ponds, full utilities, storm drain.
The building required extensive coordination with the owner and design team to achieve the status of a Texas State licensed surgical center. All inspections were completed in a timely manner which kept the project on schedule.
Ascension Connect Pharmacy is a first-generation, interior finish-out of 28,800 square feet to create a robust mail-order pharmacy and distribution center, along with offices, conference rooms, break room, walk-in refrigeration with ultra-low temperatures, equipment, and other support space. Extensive mechanical, electrical, and plumbing improvements were made to ensure strict control of the interior environment, as well as backup service in case of power outages. Multiple levels of security for the space include bulletproof glass, bulletproof walls, interior and exterior cameras, and multi-access capable badge readers for the interior doors.
In addition to typical interior finishes, the project also includes exterior building improvements to the existing spandrel glass to provide better insulation of the space, a new exterior dock and ramps to serve truck arrivals and departures, and new mechanical equipment platform and screen on the roof.
Belterra Medical Building ‘S’, a ground-up, two-story, concrete tilt-wall medical office building, features a second story perimeter walkway, a decorative Corten metal panel at the main entry, and finished out elevator lobbies. The building also has a two-stop, machine roomless traction elevator.
Due to large elevation changes on the south and east side of the building, a large retaining wall was designed to account for the drop in elevation. Additional site work includes an asphalt parking lot with concrete curbs and landscaping.
Central Texas Eye Center is a ground-up, single-story retail building along IH-35 in San Marcos. This building includes an ophthalmologist office and lease space. It is composed of brick and CMU. Its impressive exterior design creates a unique texture on the walls highlighted by white iron detailing. In the front, sits an atrium with a skylight welcoming clients into the lobby of the optometry practice. Sitework includes the 127-car parking lot which wraps around the building.
Premium interiors of 19,800 SF building done by Sabre, include a high-end optometry office and eyewear center. The remaining 7,680 square feet is leasable space. Custom interior finishes include custom millwork, high tech lighting, fancy ceramic tile, ceiling details, cork, and polished concrete flooring, and carpet and VCT in all the exam rooms.
Sabre’s latest project for Westlake Dermatology is a lush first-generation finish out at Belterra Village in Dripping Springs. This luxury dermatology office with multiple custom finishes, designed by the Michael Hsu Office of Architecture, marks the third project Sabre has completed for the dermatological clinic, in addition to their North Lamar office and a research facility on Bee Caves Road.
The 2,800 square foot renovation incorporates smooth, curved Venetian plaster walls that frame the reception area, crafted by specialty contractors whose scope spanned the ceilings and walls in the lobbies and corridors. The resulting work product gives the clinic soft, rounded curves that provide a sumptuous canvas for the high-end finishes that give it a spa-like feel. Other special features included the reception desk, Italian tile in the bathrooms, wooden paneling, doors, fixtures, and the terrazzo flooring. Elegant, hanging light fixtures illuminate the beautiful office with lighting controls that program the entire suite. The reception desk is one piece, bronze metal with a stone façade.
The completed medical office is a gem of a space that will serve Westlake Dermatology clients in the Dripping Springs region for years to come.
Photography by Jared Lichtenberger Photography.
This project added a ground-up expansion to the Postpartum wing and renovated a portion of the Labor and Delivery department within the active Seton Medical Center Hays in Kyle, TX. The addition created 8,700 square feet of new space and our team renovated 900 square feet of the existing OB unit.
The final product includes 14 postpartum rooms with attached bathrooms, clean utility, storage, offices, a medication room, break room, work area, restrooms and a newly created section of the healing garden. The Sabre team updated the outdoor healing garden and added a concrete labyrinth for patients, families, and doctors, designed by Stantec.
This project included the complete finish out of 8,000-SF of the fourth floor of the occupied Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas at Austin. Fifteen much-needed patient rooms were added within the Transplant ICU of the teaching hospital. Each room included wood paneling casework at the head and foot of each bed. A pneumatic tube system was installed and tied in to the hospital’s network to facilitate the quick and efficient transport of medication to the unit. The finish out also featured an on-call room, staff break room, nourishment room for patient families, and medical storage.