Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center|
903 Spring Street, Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Location: Lafayette, Louisiana
Date Bid: June 2009 Construction Period: Aug 2009 to July 2011
Total Square Feet: 410,273 Site: 45 acres.
Number of Buildings: One; 192 patient rooms; bed capacity, 192.
Building Size: First floor, 123,778; second floor, 103,739; third
floor thru sixth floor, 45,689; total, 410,273 square feet.
Building Height: First floor, 17’; second floor, 16’; each
additional floor, 15’; penthouse, 13’; total, 98’9”.
Basic Construction Type: IBC Type 1A/New.
Foundation: Cast-in-place, reinforced concrete, slab-on-grade.
Exterior Walls: Brick, curtain wall, metal panel, stone.
Roof: Built-up. Floors: Concrete. Interior Walls:
Metal stud drywall.
Projected and/or modeled energy usage: KBTU/SF/yr: 205
Owner's Consultant: Navigant Consulting, Inc. - 30 S. Wacker
Drive, #3100, Chicago, IL 60606
Structural Engineer: TRC Worldwide Engineering - 217 Ward Circle,
Brentwood, TN 37027
General Contractor: The Lemoine Company, LLC/Brasfield Gorrie, JV
LLC - 214 Jefferson Street, #200, Lafayette, LA 70501
Electrical Engineer: CMTA Engineers - 10411 Meeting Street,
Prospect, KY 40059
Mechanical Engineer: TRC Worldwide Engineering - 3171 Greenhead
Drive, Springfield, IL 70508
Cost Estimator: Robert Pass & Associates - 309 East Market
Street, #302, Louisville, KY 40202
Planning Consultant: HOK - 211 North Broadway, #700, St. Louis,
Landscape Architect: Viator & Associates - 292 Mecca Street,
Lafayette, LA 70508
The opportunity to serve Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center,
create a new health center for the people of Lafayette, and continue the
relationship with our friends there, has been a joy. Our Lady of Lourdes
Regional Medical Center (OLOL), located in Lafayette, Louisiana resulted
from exceptional collaboration and vision of the clinical teams and the
designers of the new replacement campus.
Blending the clinical vision with global strategic objectives for the
health system with a design that achieved thousands of functional and
clinical objectives into an efficient, flexible and technologically
advanced campus was the primary goal of this three-year effort.
The Art and Science of Health Care Planning and Design relies upon
transforming thousands of ideas into a vision that achieves clinical
goals and functional objectives and conveys a commitment to faith,
healing and compassion. OLOL is a product of this philosophy.
This project provided a procedural platform that allows the staff to be
highly efficient in the treatment of patients. The procedural platform
is located on the second floor, with an ambulance ramp to the Emergency
Department, in order for the Emergency Department to remain adjacent to
the Surgery and Imaging Departments. All patient rooms are same-handed
and private with large windows overlooking the grounds. Green roofs and
exterior respite areas are incorporated so that the staff and patients
can enjoy the outdoor environment adjacent to the patient floors.
The six-floor, 410,273-square-foot facility houses all acute-care
clinical services, has 192 private patient rooms and rests on a 45-acre
Greenfield site in a growing area of Lafayette. This state-of-the-art
acute care hospital has 1,500 parking spaces and a 16,000-square-foot
Central Energy Plant designed for future growth. The hospital is also
structurally engineered for the future expansion of two additional
The Replacement Hospital will be the epicenter of the OLOL campus, which
will additionally include a Cancer Center, Heart Hospital, Ambulatory
Surgery Center, Convent, Spa/Fitness Center, and an Outpatient Clinic
TEG's "Efficient Design+ Productive Care" Design Strategy allowed OLOL
to incorporate innovative and efficient clinical features and
relationships that are based on EBD findings from TEG Health Research.
- Clinical Flex Concepts for Peak Utilization Volumes
- Emergency/Surgery Cross Utilization Spaces
- Clinical Familiarization/Standardization of Same Handed Patient Rooms
- Clinical Consistencies in Treatment Spaces
- Campus Flexibility to Respond to Dynamic Growth
- Planning to Provide for Emerging Technologies
Saving lives and improving the health of those within our communities is
one of the most benevolent acts anyone in the health profession can
accomplish. Much has been achieved through the vision and leadership of
William "Bud" Barrow, President & CEO Our Lady of Lourdes Regioanl
Medical Center, the Sisters of the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady,
the Board of Directors of OLOL and the entire team. TEG is delighted to
have been a part of this grand calling.
Building Envelope: Centria Wall Panels, Sioux City Brick,
Continental Cast Stone
Gypsum: United States Gypsum
Built Up Roof: Johns Manville
Flooring: Johnsonite, Mannington
Windows, Curtain Wall, Entrances & Storefronts: EFCO, a Pella
Daylighting/Skylights: United Skys
Lighting: Lithonia, Rebelle, ADB Lighting