Glimpse NDay Healthcare

487 views
346 views

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
487
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
4
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
10
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Glimpse NDay Healthcare

  1. 1. Interior Design Donor • Directory Mapping • Wayfinding 1999-2009 Nadya Day, IIDA, AAHID, LEED AP BD+C Healthcare Projects
  2. 2. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2008 Temple, Jeanes Hospital Cath Lab Renovation Interior Architectural Designer Phases: CD Page 1 of 2 At the beginning of construction documentation I was brought in to support the Senior Interior Designer. Initially I was responsible for picking up 'redlines' and refining the interior finishes, furniture, furniture plans, schedules, and preparing the final finish presentation board. My responsibilities expanded to performing 'clash detection' for the architectural, equipment, and life safety reflected ceiling plans. I executed the CAD changes necessary to meet the Lab's functional requirements. And updated the engineer’s backgrounds.
  3. 3. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2008 Temple, Jeanes Hospital Cath Lab Renovation Interior Architectural Designer Phases: CD Page 2 of 2
  4. 4. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Page 1 of 2 ‘Millwork encased in a 4-sided Box’: Conference Room Audio Visual Cabinet & Reference Material Storage ‘Millwork encased in a 4-sided Box’: Conference Room Kitchenette Ballinger, 2008 Healthcare, Engineering Conference Room & Work Room, Ground fl. Interior Architectural Designer Phases: Pre-Design thru CA
  5. 5. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Page 2 of 2 ‘Millwork encased in a 4-sided Box’: Details ‘Millwork encased in a 4-sided Box’: Floor Plan & Reflected Ceiling Plan Ballinger, 2008 Healthcare, Engineering Conference Room & Work Room, Ground fl. Interior Architectural Designer Phases: Pre-Design thru CA
  6. 6. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2008 Pennsylvania Hospital Emergency Department 2nd Interior Designer, Wayfinding, Environmental Graphics & Furniture Specifier: Phases: All Page 1 of 3 Pennsylvania Hospital, our nation’s first hospital, and a leading teaching and clinical research institution, serves Philadelphians with a wide array of high quality diagnostic and therapeutic medical services. Ballinger ‘s architects and interior designers worked with the hospital’s clinical staff and facilities department to design a three phase, 32 bay, Emergency Department renovation and expansion, including wayfinding and environmental graphics consultation. Teamed with an architect and lead Interior designer, I coordinated interiors construction documentation. I was solely responsible for all furniture and wall mounted board and holder locations and specifications, including signage and environmental graphics.
  7. 7. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2008 Pennsylvania Hospital Emergency Department Co-Interior Designer, Wayfinding, Environmental Graphics & Furniture Specifier: Phases: All Page 2 of 3
  8. 8. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2008 Pennsylvania Hospital Emergency Department Co-Interior Designer & Furniture Specifier Phases: All Page 3 of 3
  9. 9. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2007 Healthcare Renovation Pennsylvania Hospital Preston Lobby Toilet Rooms Interior Architectural Designer Phases: All Page 1 of 1 Pennsylvania Hospital’s ground floor Preston Lobby serves as the main entrance, reception area, and break- out space adjacent to their recently renovated auditorium. Ballinger ‘s architect and I worked with the hospital’s engineers and facilities department to upgrade the fixtures and finishes in the existing Preston Lobby public restrooms.
  10. 10. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2008 Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), Pediatric Replacement and Imaging Sciences Modernization (PRISM) Space Programmer Phases: Schematic Design Page 1 of 2 One of the ways Ballinger’s studio-wide knowledge base and expertise served our clients, was by being able to forecast their needs. In preparation for holding meetings with the URMC client groups, I supported the project team as a Space Programmer, by formulating generic room data sheets containing established requirements for their required space types. These sheets, detailing MEP, equipment, and furniture requirements, served to facilitate discussions to determine practical requirements and foster in-depth evaluations of the areas, to ensure that all the necessary functional requirements and the client's needs were understood , documented, and met.
  11. 11. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2008 Temple, Jeanes Hospital Cath Lab Renovation Interior Architectural Designer Phases: CD Page 1 of 1 Teamed with John Garrity, at the beginning of the cath Lab's construction documentation. Initially I was responsible for picking up 'redlines' and refining the interior finishes, furniture, furniture layouts, installation plans, schedules, and preparing the final finish presentation board. My responsibilities expanded to solely performing 'clash detection' for the architectural, equipment, and life safety reflected ceiling plans. I executed CAD changes necessary to meet the Lab's functional requirements.
  12. 12. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Elevation: Combo Marker Board / Tack Board, at Typical Patient Rooms Ballinger, 2008 New York Presbyterian Hospital Greenberg Pavilion Expansion, 14th fl., North Co-Interior Designer & Furniture Specifier: Phases: All Page 2 of 3 Pei Cobb Freed & Partners was hired by New York Presbyterian Hospital (NYP) to design the premier half of the Greenberg Building’s, 14th floor, ‘pavilion’ nursing unit Concurrently Ballinger’s Interiors Group was designing the hospital’s campus- wide standard interior upgrades. NYP asked Ballinger to design the other half of the 14th floor to reflect the essence of the top quality, hospitality-like finishes of Pei Cobb Freed’s design, at an equivalent budget and quality to the remainder of the campus upgrades. Lead by Laura Morris, IIDA, AAHID, LEED AP, I formulated the total interior design concept for the other half of the nursing unit—including Lounges and Bariatric Rooms. I assembled both project’s materials and developed a hybrid scheme. Additionally I performed general construction documentation refinements; researched, selected, and prepared the FF&E plans and specifications, and assisted the client through the procurement of products. Offices, 14th fl.: 107 B, C & D Typical Patient Rooms Typical Furniture Specifications Elevations, Typical Patient Toilet Room
  13. 13. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Teamed with Robert Angstadt, AIA to resurrect and perform construction administration on a Jennifer Mishkin, IIDA, LEED AP designed project that had been tied up in legalities for two years. Many finishes were discontinued. I reselected, documented, updated finish boards, and disseminated changes--seeing the project through completion. Ballinger, 2008 Healthcare/Fitness, New Construction, Hunterdon Medical Center Wellness Center in Clinton Clinton Township NJ Interior Architectural Designer Phase: CA Page 1 of 1
  14. 14. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Co-Wayfinding Designer: Phases: All Greenburg Bldg., Floors 1-15 Ballinger, 2006 Healthcare Wayfinding, Weill Cornell Medical Center, Weill Greenberg Center, 1-15 Fl. 71st & York Ave., NY, NY Weill Greenberg Center ‘s interior was the winner of Interior Design Magazine’s Best of Healthcare 2007. Ballinger designed the interiors, Polshek was the architect , Cloud Gehshan designed the wayfinding graphics and I master planned, coordinated and implemented the room and informational signage—utilizing their graphic genome and interviewing the clients to fully understand and sign the 330,000 SF ‘spa-like,’ advanced clinical, teaching, and research, healthcare institution. The project involved coordinating the Life Safety, Wayfinding, and Environmental Graphics with urbane interior design--including master planning corridor, room numbers, and nomenclature development. The interior package contained 3,360 high quality, user- modifiable, signs at an installed signage construction cost of $400,000. Signing the 15 story facility and the neighboring Materials Handling Building, involved many different stakeholders and disciplines including: New York Presbyterian/ Weill Cornell’s Manager of Visitor Information, Practice Operations for Weill Cornell Physician Organization, Cardiology / Lipids, Clinical Skills Center, Conference Center, Dermatology, ENT, IVF, Gastroenterology, Genome/Computational Bio-Medicine, Multiple Sclerosis, Ophthalmology, Pain Management, Patient Resource Center, Pediatrics and Radiology. The project utilized System 2/90 signage, virtual teamwork, and an understanding that hospitality esthetics and public relations raise the importance of finishing touches and communication. Collaborative forecasting reduced construction administration and resulted in signage gracefully synchronized with the surrounding architecture, finishes and mounted devises.
  15. 15. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2001-2007 Healthcare, Building ID & Donor Recognition : TRHMC, N Bldg. Designer / Coordinator Phases: All Design collaborator, coordinator, scheduler, and team facilitator of the new “N Building’s” Donor Recognition and Lobby Identity. Facilitating content development and designing imagery for two led illuminated etched crystal donor recognition plaques, fabricated by Wallach Glass Studio (Santa Clara, CA), totaling $110,000. Each is mounted in a Ballinger designed cabinet, one Annigre, the other Makore, fabricated by Boyertown Planing Mill Company (Boyertown, PA) and assembled and installed by L & H Signs Industries (Fleetwood, PA). The Lobby’s dimensional lettering against the limestone and aluminum extrusion coating walls, involved finish materials research, selection , and full-scale mock-ups.
  16. 16. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2001-2007 Healthcare, Wayfinding N Building, TRHMC Designer / Coordinator Phases: All As wayfinding project coordinator, I developed and implemented an institution-wide standardized interior wayfinding system for a full service 650-bed medical center, including quality assurance and execution of egress maps, smoke detector location maps and user-friendly CAD filing system and electronic deliverables for ongoing maintenance. The project scope included the addition of an award winning 7 story tower and its cross-campus travel via interconnecting corridors. “N Building”, totaling 2,340,000 sf., houses two stories dedicated to a cancer and heart center (65,000 sf.), and a 94-bed emergency/trauma department (55,000 sf, ). Interconnecting Buildings: A, B, C, D, E, G, H, L, N & R. Separate Buildings: DOB, J, K, M, P, U & all satellite clinics
  17. 17. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Designer / Coordinator Phases: All The scope grew to include coordination, advancement, and facilitation of new technology in order to design, build, and roll-out seven campus-wide Interactive Directory/Mapping kiosks. I served as design collaborator, Project Manager, and quality assurance for the vendors’ and graphic designer’s content and illustrations to successfully navigate the campus, floor, and quadrant maps. Project Teammates: TTSS Interactive Products, Inc. (Rockville, MD), and Gregory Blue + Assoc. (Chester Springs, PA). Ballinger, 2005 Healthcare, Wayfinding Interactive Directory/ Mapping kiosks, TRHMC
  18. 18. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2001-2007 Healthcare, Wayfinding N Building, TRHMC Designer / Coordinator Phases: All
  19. 19. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2001-2007 Healthcare, TRHMC, N Building Wayfinding Designer / Coordinator Phases: All TRHMC’s main campus and satellites: Exterior Roadways, Driveways, Garages, Pedestrian Paths, Gardens, / Reading PA Project coordinator / advancement facilitator / assessor and quality assurance / standardization manager of existing and new institution-wide exterior signs and illumination. Adopted and refined existing signs and augmented with new, as required, throughout a 36-acre, 22-building campus. Evaluated and charted the various existing specifications, power sources, color palette, font, symbol, style, size, and visibility. Researched and selected finish materials, illumination, and when necessary, coordinated full-scale mock-ups for new signage.
  20. 20. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 2001-2007 Healthcare, Wayfinding : TRHMC, Co-Designer / Coordinator Phases: All
  21. 21. N a d y a D a y , I I D A , L E E D A P Ballinger, 1999-2004 Healthcare, FM Systems The Reading Hospital & Medical Center, Reading, PA Designer / Coordinator Phases: All

×