Project Description

Architect: Rice, Fergus, Miller Architecture and Planning, LLC

General Contractor: Andersen Construction Company

Completion: Summer 2013

With the success of the Poulsbo Medical Office Building, we were pleased to have another opportunity to work with Andersen Construction on the delivery of this new state-of-the-art Orthopaedic Hospital for the Harrison Medical Center. The project was a 3-story 54,000 square foot addition adjacent to the existing hospital which would provide orthopaedic services using cutting-edge technology and procedures. Glass systems utilized standard Kawneer Trifab thermally-improved storefronts to provide maximum daylighting, while still being an economic solution for the hospital’s needs. PPG’s Solarban60 Low-E glazing was also included to help deliver high thermal performance with readily available materials to help ensure the accelerated schedule could be achieved. Mission Glass’ input was integral in insuring the storefront systems and break metal panels would seamlessly integrate across building materials and provide the aesthetic appeal the architect had designed. With a set of constantly-evolving construction documents, the electronic media we incorporate into all of our deliveries allowed us to stay on top of changes and make sure all of the owner’s ideas were realized.