Oviedo Medical Center
Oviedo, Florida

Project Facts

Location: Oviedo, Florida
Size: 198,000 SF
Market: Healthcare
Services: Architecture, Interiors
Scope: New Acute Care Hospital

Oviedo Medical Center is a LEED-certified 64-bed acute care hospital situated on 48 acres. The hospital integrated an existing Free Standing ED (FSED) into its design.  Strategically planned phasing allowed the FSED to remain operational throughout construction.

Oviedo Medical Center provides full-service healthcare to its community, including diagnostic, surgical, emergency, critical care, and support services.  Patient care beds include 48 medical/surgical beds, ten critical care beds, and 6 Labor Delivery Recovery suites.

The hospital was designed to expand both vertically and horizontally in the future and has the ability to double in bed capacity.

Consultant Team

Structural Design Group – Structural Engineer

I.C. Thomasson – MPE Engineers

Littlejohn Engineering – Civil Engineer

Layton Construction – Contractor

Contributions to Project's Success

A LEED-certified building that incorporated sustainable design concepts.

Prefabricated elements, such as bathrooms, headwalls, and footwalls, were used to promote consistency and increase construction speed.

Design/build MPE.

This project incorporated an existing free standing ED into its overall design.

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MISSION

GOULD TURNER GROUP |  Providing creative and thoughtful designs that empower communities to thrive.

VISION

Our vision is to improve all lives through design.

We believe that architecture has the power to profoundly impact the quality of our lives. Whether it is for a patient in a hospital, a teacher in a classroom, a student on a play yard, or a person at work, Gould Turner Group's vision is to use design as an instrument of positive change that makes the lives of those we touch that much better.

 

 

 

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Teamwork
Passion for design
Quality in all we do
Respect for one another
Integrity in every action we take
Service to our clients
Continual improvement