HEALTHCARE PROJECTS

Good Samaritan
West Palm Beach, FL
Good Samaritan
For over 20 years, Peacock + Lewis assisted in the Certificate of Need process and has provided planning, design and construction administration services for this 341 bed hospital for the following projects.
Martin Memorial South
Martin County, FL
Martin Memorial South
Peacock + Lewis provided programming, planning and design services for this 100 bed satellite hospital for Martin Memorial Medical Center in Stuart, Florida. The campus was master planned for future expansion to a 400 bed facility. The 110,000 square foot project include 3 buildings: a three story hospital/diagnostic center, a 10,000 square foot lab designed to service both hospitals, and central energy plant. Construction cost: $15.8 million.
Medical Mall
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Medical Mall
Peacock + Lewis Interior Design was asked to join the design team for the multi-story Medical Mall in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The interior atrium filters light from above but the sheer size of the space was a design challenge. Finishes are sophisticated and modern. Peacock + Lewis proposed a series of acoustic wall covering board to break up the vertical walls. Scale was an important factor. Extra large light sconces were installed flanking each elevator lobby overlooking the atrium. Round columns were wrapped in a slick chrome finish to compliment the textured acoustic walls.
St. Mary's Medical Center
West Palm Beach, FL
St. Mary's Medical Center
For 24 years, Peacock + Lewis provided planning, design and construction administration services for this 430 bed hospital including the following projects: Phases I and II-Expansion included: 90 beds, coronary care unit, new surgery, new radiology and new surgical intensive care units, cardiac catheterization laboratory, free standing M.R.I. imaging center, free standing cancer treatment center and a L.D.R.P. floor. Phase III, new 176 bed wing including emergency/trauma center, endoscopy suite and outpatient testing, admissions and new laundry. Work to date: $60 million.