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Florida Hospital Ginsburg Tower, Orlando, FL
Ginsburg Tower is a 15-story, 664,000 sq ft tower expansion at Florida Hospital’s main campus in Orlando, Florida. This expansion, which was one of the largest in Central Florida, added 455 beds, a cardiac program, a new emergency department, 10 catheterization units, and a parking garage. The project was constructed at the existing front entrance of the fully operational facility.
The tower is a conventional concrete beam and joist system atop a 5-foot-thick mat foundation. The building exterior is predominantly curtain wall and architectural precast with metal panel elements. An elevated pedestrian bridge connects the tower to the expanded Alden Street parking garage.
Florida Hospital Woman’s Pavilion
Brasfield & Gorrie and Florida Hospital laid the foundation for Florida Hospital for Women, making it the second largest foundation pour in Central Florida. The overnight pour involved 6,700 cubic yards of concrete transported by more than 100 concrete trucks that made 750 trips over a 12-hour period. The Florida Hospital Women’s Pavilion is a 12-story, 400,000 sq ft patient tower. This new women’s facility will have 332 beds, with three floors with a 108-bed capacity reserved as shell space. Scheduled to open to patients in 2015, the facility will have 14 labor and delivery suites, 13 operating rooms for obstetrics and women’s services, 72 postpartum care beds, mother-baby beds, and high-risk beds. The tower will also have room to include daVinci Surgical System equipment for robotic minimally invasive surgery.
Faster — Flatter — Fewer!! See owner, Chris Holdorf, in action on the screed. Increase daily volume without increasing man-hours. Design allows for unlimited pull back distance. Screeds up to 5,000 square feet per hour. Automatic column-block protection. Superior Floor Levelness (FL) performance. Automated screed process means fewer man-hours per project. Screed at a lower cost per square foot vs. other methods. Low operating and maintenance costs.