The Miramar Ambulatory Care Center (ACC) has three separate buildings totaling a combined area of 98,039 SF. The HFS Team prepared four different master planning courses of action (COA) for consideration. The product was a consolidated Project Book with 29 deliverables of varying complexity and data entered into the Program Administration & Execution (PAX) DD 1391 Processor.
The HFS Team of architects, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineers conducted two site visits to collect data and conducted evaluations of as-built drawings. The team also performed condition assessments of existing buildings, grounds, utilities, environment, and the surrounding geography. A hazardous materials survey/remediation plan analyzing the future proposed site and parking conditions were also completed. A site master plan included conceptual site analysis and study to demonstrate site access, building footprint, preferred adjacencies, and interdependencies with other structures and antiterrorism/force protection (AT/FP) setbacks.
Our personnel prepared parametric cost estimates using the most current version of the Parametric Cost Engineering System (PACES). In addition, the team completed an economic analysis that considered status quo, addition/alteration, new construction, renovation/recapitalization, leasing, and building of opportunity conversion options.
Medical facility planning included concepts of operation (CONOPS), including a narrative and diagrams showing relationships between the departments, and space and equipment planning (SEPS) reports.