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South Central Public Health District Offices

Architect: Myers Anderson Architects, PLLC

Posted: February 5, 2018 | Projects

Myers Anderson Architects was selected through a qualifications-based process to provide complete architectural and engineering services for a new 7,600-square-foot office/clinic building. The office/clinic was planned to serve Minidoka and Cassia counties in southern Idaho for the South Central Public Health District.

Myers Anderson worked with the administration, staff, and stakeholders to determine the specific needs of the regional facility. Their goal was to design a facility that would meet the goals and vision of the public health district that would best serve the citizens of southern Idaho and the surrounding area.

Construction was completed in 10 months. The new facility is a masonry and wood-framed building, and includes seven offices, two privacy rooms, two classrooms, two self-care rooms, two exam rooms, an expanded pharmacy and nurse’s station, and separate offices for the Health Educator and environmental health offices.

The work on this project also included a complete site work and landscape design. The end result is a facility that enhances the efficiency of the program in all facets of the South Central Public Health District’s operations, and serves the public efficiently and comfortably. The facility surpasses the specific needs of the community and works to continually serve the goals and visions of the district.

Myers Anderson Architects was selected through a qualifications-based process to provide complete architectural and engineering services for a new 7,600-square-foot office/clinic building. The office/clinic was planned to serve Minidoka and Cassia counties in southern Idaho for the South Central Public Health District.

Myers Anderson worked with the administration, staff, and stakeholders to determine the specific needs of the regional facility. Their goal was to design a facility that would meet the goals and vision of the public health district that would best serve the citizens of southern Idaho and the surrounding area.

Construction was completed in 10 months. The new facility is a masonry and wood-framed building, and includes seven offices, two privacy rooms, two classrooms, two self-care rooms, two exam rooms, an expanded pharmacy and nurse’s station, and separate offices for the Health Educator and environmental health offices.

The work on this project also included a complete site work and landscape design. The end result is a facility that enhances the efficiency of the program in all facets of the South Central Public Health District’s operations, and serves the public efficiently and comfortably. The facility surpasses the specific needs of the community and works to continually serve the goals and visions of the district.

Photos Courtesy of Myers Anderson Architects, PLLC

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Building Envelope: Basalite Masonry Products
Roofing: Firestone
Windows, Entrances & Storefronts: Kawneer
Flooring: Mannington, Patcraft, Johnsonite
Interior: Georgia Pacific, Dow
Lighting: Lithonia

PROJECT TEAM

Architect
Myers Anderson Architects, PLLC
122 S. Main Street
Pocatello, ID 83204
www.myers-anderson.com

Structural Engineer
AHJ Engineers
5418 N. Eagle Road, #140
Boise, ID 83713

Mechanical Engineer
McClure Engineering
507 Main Avenue, W.
Twin Falls, ID 83301

Electrical Engineer
D.C. Engineering
440 E. Corporate Drive, #103
Meridian, ID 83642

General Contractor
Bideganeta Construction, Inc.
2527 Canyon Creek Road
Mountain Home, ID 83647

Location: Heyburn, Idaho
Date Bid: Feb 2015
Construction Period: Mar 2015 to Jan 2016
Total Square Feet: 7,616
Site: 2.26 acres.
Number of Buildings: One.
Building Sizes: First floor, 7,616; total, 7,616 square feet.
Building Height: First floor, 18'; total, 18'.
Basic Construction Type: New/U-B.
Foundation: Cast-in-place.
Exterior Walls: CMU.
Roof: Membrane.
Floors: Concrete.
Interior Walls: Wood stud drywall.

View full project details in magazine issue January-February 2018

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