This project was a renovation of 3 existing suites converted into 2 suites to relocate the Pediatric Associates of Austin Doctors Office. Sabre doubled the footprint of their existing offices giving them twice as many exam rooms than they had at their previous location. We added a reception area, refreshed the existing restrooms, added a nurses station in the rear, refreshed the doors, ceilings, all lighting and updated the existing plumbing. Murals were added to both sick and well-child waiting areas and each exam room had owner furnished themed decor installed.
Sabre was able to get involved early on in the design process to avoid any delays in materials that would affect the schedule.
This project also adhered to AEGB specifications.
This project was a renovation of an existing second floor Cath Lab. We refreshed the space with new linoleum flooring, Zero VOC paint, Acrovyn wall protection, custom millwork, updated med-gas connections and upgraded the ceiling to accompany new structural steel supports for medical lights and Price ceiling grid system for SA/RA/lights and hose drops. STARC Wall Containment System kept this floor a sterile environment during construction. We also facilitated the installation of new equipment all while coordinating work on a busy trauma floor in Downtown Austin.
This project was a finish-out of the ADA compliant 5th floor west wing and included new linoleum flooring, Acrovyn wall protection, updated med-gas connections, as well as Zero VOC paint throughout.
State of the art technology used in all aspects of construction. We used Starc Wall Systems to contain the construction site from exposing any dust and air particles into the air inside an active hospital. Infection control and prevention measures were paramount every day, we used air scrubbers and negative air machines to mitigate risk. With that, we installed insulated ducted returns in the entire wing.
In each room, we installed state of the art Hillrom Nurse Call Systems and Curbell Medical Products were used for pillow speakers, new sheetrock ceilings to accompany new structural steel supports for medical lights and Human Care Patient Lifts. Dedicated exhaust and monolithic ceilings were installed in isolation rooms, along with room pressure monitors that are tied into the hospital’s building management system that sends readings showing the current air pressure level. Additionally, Swanstone solid surfaces were used for shower surrounds. Nurses’ stations included new custom millwork, updated Swisslog system, new GE Healthcare Patient Monitoring Systems and new integral blind systems.
First generation build-out of a medspa on South Lamar Blvd. consisting of custom lighting, including a precise lighting layout to insure wall washer lighting on the owner’s custom artwork. The lobby area included a custom coffee bar and reception desk. The back of house areas included exam rooms with custom millwork, an employee break room and office.
Our early involvement in this project allowed us to get in front of price escalation and material lead times which ultimately kept the project on schedule and under budget.
This project included the renovation of existing patient rooms to house new Imaging Suite within the fully operational St. David’s Medical Center Austin. The project scope included the coordination and installation of a state of the art Sky Factory Screen within the ceiling to optimize patient comfort during CT Scans.
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.