Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, Florida, officially cut the ribbon for its new Skolnick Surgical Tower and Hildebrandt Emergency Center in January 2019. The 340,000 square foot expansion enhances Mount Sinai’s ability to deliver high-quality medical care to patients in its diverse community. The new surgical tower addition features 12 state-of-the-art operating rooms, and surgical department support space, as well as 40 intensive care unit beds, and 114 private patient rooms, including larger VIP suites. In addition, the new 35,000-square-foot emergency center includes more than 50 treatment bays, as well as a City of Miami Beach command center and critical operations hub for activation during times of emergency.
Additional onsite projects included the construction of a materials management space, a central sterile department, imaging, new public lobby, utility upgrades, revised vehicular traffic patterns and parking lots.
As part of Draper & Associates continued relationship with general contractor Robins & Morton on its premier projects, the firm was able to provide scheduling and consulting services throughout the life cycle of this project. Draper’s scope of services included development of the Overall Project Schedule and overseeing bi-weekly detailed near term schedules to monitor the construction activities of this new facility. In addition, the firm also provided progress meeting facilitation, site walks, construction status reports, and trend analysis throughout the construction of the project.
Currently Draper & Associates is assisting Robins & Morton with additonal follow-on projects on the Mount Sinai Medical Center campus. These projects inlcue the expansion of the central energy plant and a new canopy structure. These projects are projected for completion by November 2019.