Medical facilities are a top priority for high-quality construction and would not be feasible without BIM design or BIM coordination. With high-end BIM designers and engineers on our team, we are able to deliver high-grade electrical BIM design and BIM coordination ensuring a seamless project life-cycle for our clients. Our team have worked closely with medical industry leaders such as RWJBarnabas, Capital Health, Atlantic Health System and more. With our specialty in electrical BIM Design, we ensure your final build will be renowned for its excellence and we'll keep your project on-track during its extensive planning phases. Take a look through our current and past client projects with medical healthcare providers to gain more insight on our project portfolio.
RWJBarnabas broke ground for their new 82,000 square-foot Medical Office Building in mid-March of 2021. This new facility, RWJBarnabas Health Family Care & Wellness center, will house both the Monmouth Medical Center and the Children's Specialized Hospital for the Eatontown area. The primary goal of RWJBarnabas is to introduce a family centered care facility with state-of-the-art equipment and technology to the Monmouth Mall location. To ensure their project remains on-track during the BIM drafting phases, our team of engineers were contracted to lead all BIM coordination meetings for the collaborating trade designers.
With Dimensional Design Systems at the head of trade coordination, the efficiency of this build was unmatched and brought the BIM design phase to a close in mid-August. Our crew was responsible for all BIM design coordination meetings, ensuring all trades were meeting design deadlines, running clash detection on arch-models and curating sign-offs per design phase completion. With the BIM design now completed, RWJBarnabas' new facility is slated for completion in late October.
In late 2020, RWJBarnabas began one of their largest facility expansions at their Beth Israel Medical Center location. This monumental expansion is the largest the structure has undergone in the last 50 years. The expansion include a new 17,000 square-foot glass-enclosed main lobby, modern seating areas with cafe and gift shops; community meeting spaces; a new three story addition on Lyons Avenue; an expansive registration area; an expansion to the adult and paediatrics emergency departments; multiple new intensive care units; a new geriatrics medical and surgical suite; expanded operating rooms; an expansion of the Cardiac Cath Lab Suite; and a dedicated center for all advance heart failure treatment and transplant services.
Out team was given the opportunity to work closely with RWJBarnabas on the planning phases of this project, and were primarily responsible for all mechanical wet BIM Design. With a multitude of locations within and outside of the pre-existing structure, it was important for our team to maintain diligence during this build to provide industry-leading BIM design services. This monumental project for the Beth Israel Medical Center is aimed to be completed in November of 2021.
In mid-2020, a new 12,000 square-foot expansion began it's planning phases for construction. Atlantic Health System's new Paediatric Hybrid Emergency Department was set to be built in order to create a high-efficiency medical center in comparison to its previous operation. This expansions primary goal was to decrease wait times for emergency inpatients who require immediate attention and to make the experience more convenient for patients.
Designers here at Dimensional Design Systems were tasked with all electrical BIM designs necessary for the planning phases of this new build. Our experts worked closely with other trades and coordinated effectively to ensure a seamless project life-cycle. Construction had completed in mid-2021 for the new facility, creating a more efficient inpatient environment.
Currently being the largest hospitals in Hudson County, the Jersey City Medical Center underwent a much needed facility expansion. Under a new umbrella of RWJBarnabas, the Jersey City Medical Center expanded its facility by 60,000 square-feet and institutionalised new state-of-the-art emergency departments, surgery suites and in crease of inpatient rooms. This massive build started mid-summer of 2020 and finished its monumental expansion in early 2021.
Our engineers were responsible for curating all electrical BIM design and mechanical models necessary for the projects planning phases. In collaboration with other trade design specialist, our designers ensure a thorough an efficient design philosophy enabling Dimensional Design systems to provide high-quality BIM design work.
Memorial Sloan Kettering began an expansive fit-out of their current Cancer Treatment Facility in Middletown, New Jersey around early-mid 2020. This fit-out expansion's primary goal was to allow a higher occupancy for the Radiation Unit and Academic Offices. This build was primarily addressing a pre-existing structure and creating more space within the allotted space.
Dimensional Design systems was contracted to create all electrical BIM design and place all new lighting fixtures within the expansion. Working closely with other trade BIM designers, our crew was able to effectively design the fit-out for MSK's expansion creating a seamless project life-cycle. The construction for this facility expansion was completed in late 2020.
Needing alterations, Saint Barnabas Medical Center began facility renovations in early 2019, specifically for their Family Centered Care Unit in order to give the building a modern appearance. With re-configuring space in a standing structure, adjusting new constructs to fit pre-existing trade systems, it's imperative to plan diligently.
Dimensional Design systems worked closely with RWJBarnabas to ensure all electrical components were planned meticulously. In collaboration with other trade designers, our team's primary goal was to design all electrical BIM needed for the altered space . This includes the running of new electrical conduit to pre-existing sources and modeling new facility lighting. All BIM design was completed and construction finished in late 2019.
In early summer of 2018, Atlantic Health System began a fit-out expansion on the fourth floor of their Morristown Medical Center facility. This expansion was to primarily increase the space of the pre-existing building, ensuring more room for inpatients. With the increase need for medical facilities in the tri-state region, Morristown Medical Center's expansion began and finished in late 2018.
Our team of engineers were responsible for all electrical BIM design and coordinated along side other trade designers ensuring the integrity of the expansion was high-grade. All BIM design work was integral toward the efficient fit-out expansion and increased build efficiency consequently reopening the facility back to normal operations faster than if the build were planned with traditional means.
Clara Maass Medical Center, in Belleville NJ, underwent numerous facility upgrades, and expanded pre-existing building sections. RWJBarnabas implemented a new surgical unit expansion, observation unit and paediatrics wing onto the well establish medical center. The expansion began planning and construction in late 2017 and reached its conclusion in 2018.
This multi-phased expansion had our team of engineers designing all the electrical BIM models necessary in collaboration with other trade design specialist. Our designers worked closely with RWJBarnabas through coordination, ensuring a solid project life-cycle and creating an efficient facility expansion.
Installation of new electrical services, new lighting fixtures and telecommunications in it's own designated unit began for Capital Health's medical office building in early 2017. With these renovations set in place, planned construction finished toward mid to late 2017.
Here at Dimensional Design Systems, our team was responsible for all electrical BIM design and worked in collaboration with other trade designers ensuring a seamless project life-cycle.
As part of the 700,000 square-foot build for the Buergers Center for Advance Paediatric Care, development for a new parking center was needed for the large out-patient center. Being one of the largest expansions in the 160 year history of C.H.O.P., the new parking garage was designed to contain enough space to maintain the consistent number of 200,000 plus annual out-patients, facility staff and more in the coming years. Construction finalized in mid 2015 where as the addition for the parking garage finished in late 2015.
Our engineers were tasked with designing all electrical BIM models needed for planning this large undertaking. With industry leading BIM design, our team effectively coordinated with other trades and designed the necessary models for an effective project planning phase.
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