Renovation, re-purpose and reopening.

The former Lakeside Hospital was sold to the University of Rochester Medical Center in 2013. Its use has now changed from a hospital to an Ambulatory Health Center to provide outpatient services to the Brockport community. Having been the Architect of Record for Lakeside Hospital, Gardner PLUS was retained by URMC to assist with the plans to renovate, re-purpose and reopen the facility. 

The scope includes the design for a new free standing Emergency Department, the third of such type of unit in New York State. It also includes an Ambulatory Surgery Center with three operating rooms, a large multi-purpose procedure room and a GI Procedure room. Preparation and Recovery areas were renovated and brought up to the current standards. The Central Sterile support was improved with new equipment. The Imaging Department upgrade included a CT and MRI with numerous functional and support modulars. The Pharmacy and Lab were both improved. Extensive mechanical, electrical and plumbing upgrades were designed to bring this outdated facility in current 2010 FGI compliance. 

Gardner PLUS has provided planning through construction administration. Leadership was provided with our extensive team of consultants. We worked effectively with the New York State Department of Health and local authorities, as well as numerous department design teams for each aspect of this project. 

Square Footage:
1st Floor - 63,000 SF
2nd Floor - 12,000 SF
3rd Floor - 12,000 SF

Completion Date:
2015

Construction Cost:  
$11,188,000