Highlands III Medical Center|
HMN Architects, Inc.
10901 Lowell, #280, Overland Park, KS 66210
Overland Park, Kansas
Total Square Feet: 54,217
Construction Period: July 2000 to July 2002
Total Square Feet: 11,970
Construction Period: May 2001 to May 2002
General Contractor: J.E. Dunn Construction Company - 929 Holmes, Kansas City, MO 64106
Structural Engineer: Walter P. Moore & Associates - 920 Main Street, #1000, Kansas City, MO 64105
Electrical/Mechanical Engineer: Brack & Associates Consulting Engineers
- 2953 S.W. Wanamaker Drive, Topeka, KS 66614
Landscape Architect: Hermes Landscaping - 12421 Santa Fe Trail Drive, Lenexa, KS 66215
Cost Estimator: J.E. Dunn Construction Company - 929 Holmes, Kansas City, MO 64106
HMN Architects, Inc. provided full architectural services for the Highlands III Medical Office Building and South Kansas City Surgical Center located at Nall and I-435 in Overland Park, Kansas. This medical office building is part of the Highlands Corporate Campus. The first floor houses an ambulatory surgical center, South Kansas City Surgical Center, which HMN provided full architectural services for the tenant build out. Medical tenant suites utilize the remainder of the building.
A primary concern in the building was to segregate the surgical center from the rest of the tenants while allowing for unconstrained primary building circulation. The design minimizes circulation and maximizes the potential tenant development.
The South Kansas City Surgical Center includes four operating rooms with five private Pre-Op rooms with space for a sixth. In addition there is a seven bay adult recovery area and one minor procedure room with space for a second; Central Sterile Department; Medication/Work Room; Staff Spaces; Public Waiting Room; Consultation Room and a Business Office.
The Surgical Center offers the following services: Orthopedic Surgery; Plastic Surgery; Eyes, Ears, and Throat (ENT); Pediatrics; General Vascular; and Eye Surgery.
The developer, The Winbury Groups desired to have the building complement the two other buildings on site while providing some individuality of design and detail. This desire lead HMN to the final design utilizing building materials from the previous structures.
DIV 04: Brick: Glen-Gery.
DIV 07: Metal: Berridge Manufacturing.
DIV 08: Entrances & Storefronts, Windows: EFCO
DIV 09: Ceramic Tile: Crossville Ceramics; Carpet: Shaw; VCT: Armstrong,
Armstrong Meditech; Wall Base: Roppe; Paint: Sherwin Williams.