Hamilton Construction has constructed numerous in-patient and out-patient surgical suites for clients such as Orthopaedic Hospital, City of Hope National Medical Center, St Jude Hospital Fullerton, Saint Joseph Medical Center Burbank, Eisenhower Medical Center, and Kaiser Permanente


Representative Tenant Improvements

KAISER LOS ANGELES
Out-Patient Surgery

ANAHEIM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
Emergency Department Remodel

SAINT JUDE HOSPITAL
Post Anesthesia Recovery

CITY OF HOPE
Blood Donor Renovation

KNIFE
Orthopaedic Hospital Surgery Addition

KAISER INLAND EMPIRE
Third Floor/General & Plastic Surgery

TARZANA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
ICU Remodel

KAISER LOS ANGELES
Cardiology/Vascular Remodel

ARCADIA METHODIST HOSPITAL
Third Floor East Medical Wing

KAISER PANORAMA CITY
Emergency Department Remodel

CITY OF HOPE
Machris & Main Building Remodel

TARAZANA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
Emergency Department Remodel

KAISER WOODLAND HILLS
Elevator Expansion

Perhaps the most common and critical projects in any acute care facility are interior departmental remodel projects. These can range in scope from cosmetic facelifts to complete demolition and replacement including building systems and structural elements. Over the years more than 65% of Hamilton Constructions projects have been projects of this type, and our team can help prevent many of the pitfalls which can occur.

On our second floor Tarzana ICU Remodel, for instance, the project called for coring 110 holes through and existing 8” thick post-tension slab. The use of X-Ray to determine the cable locations would have required shutting down the departments below and above. Hamilton Construction worked with Smith Emery to implement the use of a Pacometer (a type of metal detector) to avoid this impact and allow the project to proceed.




Rancho Doctor's Office



On our 1505 Edgemont MOB Remodel at Kaiser Fontana included installation of a new DWP electrical vault and it’s associated shut down, along with a complete mechanical plant replacement, and both service cutovers were completed without any interruption of service to the facility through the use of temporary connections.

At Methodist Hospital, several complete facelift projects were completed in less than three weeks each and helped extend the life of the existing patient care towers while awaiting funding for a new one.