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Medtronic, Inc.

The project consists of a new, three-story 61,000-square-foot surgical technologies facility, which includes office space and a customer visit center consisting of training spaces, surgical suites, and a 200-seat auditorium.

Medtronic is a global medical device and technologies company that designs and manufactures products and develops surgical technologies surrounding six major areas, including Cardiac Rhythm Disease Management, Spinal and Biologics, CardioVascular, Neuromodulation, Diabetes, and Surgical Technologies. The design work was done in collaboration with Architectural Alliance.

LifeLink Tissue Bank & Processing Center

LifeLink is a non-profit community service organization dedicated to the recovery and transplantation of an increasing number of high-quality organs and tissues for transplant therapy. The LifeLink Foundation works sensitively, diligently, and compassionately with donor families to facilitate the donation of desperately needed organs and tissues for waiting patients.

As the first phase of a 130,000-square-foot campus Master Plan, the LifeLink Tissue Bank and Processing Center houses complete laboratories, clean rooms, and cryogenic storage for harvesting, processing, and banking human tissue (allografts) for surgical implantation. The allografts are utilized in almost all surgical disciplines, including orthopedic, neurology, gynecology, cardiac surgery, burn care, and many others.

The facility contains six GTP clean room processing modules (Class 1,000, ISO 6) for the cleaning and processing of allografts, pre-process and post-process corridor protocols (Class 100,000, ISO 8), sterilization suites, Allowash® and demineralization suites (Call 1,000, ISO 6), microbiology laboratories, QA/QC functions, hospital services autopsy suites, and cryogenic storage areas.

RS&H designed the facility to allow efficient process flows and adhere to FDA and AATB standards. The process areas are supported by a mechanical interstitial space above for ease of maintenance. Without compromising the clean rooms below, this interstitial space further strengthens the concept for expandability and adaptability in the future. 

RS&H developed the project in BIM Revit software.

Related Services: Architecture | Laboratory Planning & Design

Winston Family YMCA

The Winston Family YMCA branch is a new, state-of-the-art community on a riverfront urban site. This facility will not only serve the communities who live and work near it in modern and innovative ways, but more importantly, it will pave the way for growth and expansion of critical YMCA programming, as well as improve the health and wellness of Northeast Florida for years to come.

The proposed project includes approximately 69,000 square feet of new construction. The program consists of wellness spaces, group exercise spaces, locker and shower facilities, an aquatics center, meeting spaces, a café, an indoor track, healthy living spaces, and executive offices. The site program includes parking, outdoor café seating, outdoor lawn areas, and a future splash park.

RS&H developed advanced renderings of the design in Sketchup, Revit, and 3-D Studio Max.

Downtown Pensacola YMCA

The new 52,000-square-foot YMCA facility will serve 8,000 members and is situated in the historic Palafox district of Pensacola, Florida. A contemporary reflection of the latest trends in athletic facility design, combined with traditional materials, such as brick and stucco, the new facility will be a centerpiece within the surrounding neighborhood, which is planned for future redevelopment.

The building will showcase state-of-the-art venues, including an aquatics center, gymnasium, and wellness center.  Other features will include a Kid’s Zone, lap and therapy pools, an accessible water slide, a spin room, group exercise rooms, a demonstration kitchen, and a multipurpose room. The prominent use of glass promotes healthy living, allows for visual connections between programs, and will bring in natural light throughout the building.  

RS&H served as Designer-of-Record for the project, providing architecture and interior design consulting services to the Architect-of-Record.

Marion Transit Center

RS&H provided environmental analysis, site design and permitting, architectural design, and landscape architecture services for the design of the Marion Transit Center, which sits on 1.23 acres just north of Tampa, Florida’s, vibrant downtown core. RS&H also provided bid-phase support and construction assistance.

The transit center’s hourglass shape, along with its trellis-covered walkways, allow for short walks between buses and shelter from sun and rain. We designed the canopy as a garden arbor and included planter walls throughout the site with ample seating. Using mosaics of small, brilliantly colored porcelain tiles, artist Elizabeth Indianos created two oversized hibiscus flowers in a sea of blue for the center's courtyard. The designs are echoed on the clock tower by a combination of tiles and hand painting and by an even larger floral concrete overlay design set into the floor of the customer service lobby.

The creation of this center is a pivotal step in the future development of the northern area of Tampa’s Central Business District. With the completion of the center, the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) intends to change the conception of what a bus facility can mean, not only to its customers but also to its community.

Related Services: Architecture

MBS International Airport

The cities of Midland, Bay City, and Saginaw, Michigan, share a joint commission that operates the MBS International Airport. The interior is finished with white pine and copper, reflecting the natural resources of the area and providing a warm contrast to the refined technology of the building’s envelope.  Sustainable design strategies include the use of energy-efficient systems and a dramatic roof design to allow for an even distribution of natural light.

RS&H produced multiple bid packages to meet the schedules for the various funding sources. The team coordinated extensively between the many phases of the project through detailed meetings with the airport, tenants, funding agencies, and contractors. RS&H’s funding experts also took a leadership role in getting this project funded.

In 2013, the Michigan Department of Transportation's Office of Aeronautics named MBS International Airport as the Michigan Airport of the Year.  Read the full story in Midland Daily News.

St. George Municipal Airport

St. George is the gateway to southwest Utah, Zion National Park, and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. The terminal design is inspired by the sparse and rugged desert landscape. Native geological strata and red stone canyons serve as metaphors for the interior design of a grand hall that connects the entry lobby to the airside departure lounges. Articulated interior walls recall the natural eroded faces of the canyons. Spectacular views of the Pine Valley Mountains are carefully framed through the grand airside window wall.

Cherry Capital Airport

The Cherry Capital Airport serves as gateway to this northwestern Michigan resort community. The architectural design interprets the history and culture of Traverse City and its surrounding areas by introducing warm, textural materials, local imagery and indigenous landscaping. A warm palette of cherry wood, copper, and stone are detailed in an American Arts and Crafts style to create a resort hospitality ambience. It is the thoughtful relationship of site, materials, and structure that enrich and bond this airport to the community spirit. 

Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport

Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport serves as the gateway to southwest Montana, Yellowstone National Park, and Big Sky Resort. The airport serves travelers throughout all four seasons, organized around a lodge-inspired terminal building. At the heart of the terminal is a grand concessions lobby with fireplaces, public seating, art work, and meeter-greeter areas that are inspired by the architecture of lodge resorts and the historic main street of Bozeman. The design aesthetic was further informed by researching the history, culture, and natural environment of the Gallatin Valley. Wood beam ceilings and local natural stone blend to create a rich palette that speaks to the rugged legacy of the community and its people.

FMWR Academy

RS&H served as the design-build Designer of Record for the Family Morale, Welfare and Recreation (FMWR) Academy, which is LEED Silver certified. The 21,000-square-foot building consists of classrooms, a student lounge, and an administrative wing.  

The classroom area consists of multipurpose, divisible classrooms containing SMART Boards and ceiling mounted projectors/projection screens capable of video teleconferencing. The student lounge seats 24 students with an additional four at computer stations, and it extends to a concrete outdoor patio area with seating. The administration wing includes offices, break rooms, a secured patio entrance/exit, a building manager office with workstations for four, a large conference and resource room, a production room with an attached storage room, a communication room, a general storage room, restrooms, and mechanical and electrical rooms.