Medical

Our medical work is a great example of our versatility. Metrocon has experience making
these environments look polished and professional.

Robeson Plaza

Construction Type: Tilt-up concrete with embedded brick

Service Performed: Turnkey design/build

Having assembled a resume of medical facilities, Metrocon was chosen to partner in the design and construction of one of Fayetteville's premier Class A medical office buildings. The physician-owned Robeson Plaza is located within minutes of the Cape Fear Hospital complex, Fort Bragg and Pope Air Force Base as well as the historic downtown Fayetteville business district. This 68,000 square foot design-build structure provides three floors of space for medical practitioners, including the 21,000 plus square foot Fayetteville Heart Center. The building features tilt-up concrete construction with embedded “thin brick”. Metrocon was a trusted partner from development, deign, and pre-construction planning to project closeout.

Rexview Medical Plaza

Construction Type: Tilt-up concrete panels and steel

Service Performed: Turnkey building and site work

Located near the Rex Hospital campus in Raleigh, North Carolina, the Review Medical Office Building is a design/build project which responds to the needs of the local medical profession. The design minimizes site grades, offers a gurney-sized elevator, possesses a high parking ratio and utilizes a security call system. It’s heating and air conditioning system senses the CO2 levels present in the building to determine the building population and adjusts it’s output to respond to the actual needs of it’s occupants. While utilizing state-of-the-art technology, the building is contextual with both it’s residential and commercial neighbors.

Mann Ear Nose and Throat Clinic

Construction Type: Steel frame and masonry

Service Performed: Turnkey building, interior and site work

The Mann Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic is a two story medical office building located in Cary, North Carolina. After an initial bid, the owner selected Metrocon to work with the architect, Shadoin Associates, to bring the building to the desired budget. To meet very specific needs, the Architect designed a building that allowed the owner to move his offices to the upper level, incorporating an income producing medical office suite for lease on the lower level.
Working on a very steep site that required significant use of retaining walls and site drainage, Metrocon completed this attractive building on time and within the specified budget.

Wellington Animal Hospital

Construction Type: Steel & Masonry

Service Performed: Turnkey Building & Sitework

Upon analyzing competitive bids from three reputable general contractors, the owners of this state-of-the-art veterinary hospital realized that all of the quotes were substantially over their budget. Metrocon was able to utilize a wealth of knowledge and experience to offer value-engineering ideas to the owners in order to bring this project close to their original budget.

Designed by Weeks-Turner Architecture, this 5,500 square foot facility was built using numerous building components such as a standing seam metal roof and decorative epoxy flooring. These highly visible special finishes were incorporated into the construction to complement the architectural scheme of the surrounding shopping center, as well as comply with the Town of Cary’s stringent development standards.

Fayetteville Heart Center

Construction Type: Interior medical office fit-up

Service Performed: Fit-Up

This repeat client chose Metrocon for the design and construction of their new offices in the Robeson Plaza Medical Office Building. Located in close proximity to the Cape Fear Hospital complex, this facility attends to the health needs of a large volume of heart patients each day. During the planning phase, great care was given to the unique design concerns and the varied diagnostic requirements of the design program. The space offers good patient flow, separation of public and private space, HIPPA required security features, an occupancy-responsive HVAC system, state-of-the-art equipment and technology as well as stunning finishes in the public areas. Quality finishes, such as a Tepromark wall protection system in the corridors, and Sherwin Williams “Duration” washable coatings, providing long-lasting stain and damage resistance, help keep the facility operating efficiently with low maintenance cost. The project’s success was realized because the final solution responded to the needs of both physicians and patients.