Healthcare | Commercial | Federal | All
Residential | Commercial | Federal | Healthcare | All
Cancer Treatment Center
Overton Brooks VAMC
This new Cancer Treatment Center was designed to complement the surrounding buildings on the Overton Brooks VA Medical Center campus with matching brick, cast stone, and aluminum window systems. The interior was designed with a balance of aesthetics, durability and timelessness in order to create a welcoming environment for veterans and their families.
The intent of this project was to create a full-service Cancer Treatment Center to serve the Shreveport area by including medical oncology, radiation oncology and hematology services under one roof. The Medical Oncology Department included (14) chemotherapy bays, an isolation room, pharmacy, blood draw, (8) exam rooms and triage. The Radiation Oncology Department included (2) linear accelerators, a computed tomography (CT) simulator, (3) exam rooms, an exam procedure room, dosimetry, and physics lab.
Spur Design issued 100% Construction Documents, but the project was canceled due to budget restraints.
Holly House is a (3) bed (2.5) bath, single-family home located along Holly Avenue in the Out Block ‘E’ Addition of Yukon, Oklahoma. The surrounding neighborhood is a 1930s development with tree lined streets and single-family homes dominated by prewar revivalist and traditional styles.
The project goal was to provide an accessible home while maintaining a building program typical to current market demand for (3) bed (2) bath housing on a restrictive site.
The 60ft x 115ft building site is the resultant area of a lot-split and vacated alley. Due to a municipal easement and a private easement inherited with the site the allowable build-able area was reduced by 30%. To recapture as much usable area as possible, a revocable permit was obtained to allow for accessible parking & vehicle coverage.