HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE

FANNY MEISLER TRAUMA CENTER

ARCHITECT:

CALDWELL ASSOCIATES

PROJECT LOCATION:

MOBILE , ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

White-Spunner Construction was selected as the general contractor by USA Health to renovate, expand, and modernize the current trauma center, enhancing the hospital’s ability to accommodate patients with traumatic injuries and respond to mass casualty situations in the region. The expansion will triple the number of beds and provide new state-of-the-art medical equipment. The USA Fanny Meisler Trauma is the only Level 1 Trauma and Burn Center in south Alabama. They receive patients from southern Alabama, southeast Mississippi, and portions of northwest Florida.

University Hospital is the only academic medical center in the region where patients can receive the highest level of care when a traumatic injury occurs. The hospital’s designated trauma team – which includes around-the-clock trauma surgeons, cardiovascular surgeons, and neurosurgeons – treats an average of five critically injured patients a day, which is more than 1,700 people a year. As the go-to facility for the area’s toughest emergencies, University Hospital is capable of providing total care for every aspect of injury, from prevention through rehabilitation.

INFIRMARY MEDICAL OFFICE BUILDING: MALBIS

ARCHITECT:

EVAN TERRY ASSOCIATES

PROJECT LOCATION:

MALBIS, ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

Infirmary Health Systems selected White-Spunner Construction as the general contractor for their new Medical Office Building in Malbis, AL. The state-of-the-art facility is over 79,000sf and will house two medical clinics, a Diagnostic and Medical Clinic, and Infirmary Occupational Health – covering more than 14 specialties including cardiology, ophthalmology, internal medicine, and family medicine.

INFIRMARY HEALTH SYSTEMS

ARCHITECT:

VARIOUS ARCHITECTS

PROJECT LOCATION:

MOBILE, ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

White-Spunner Construction has worked with Infirmary Health System on numerous projects throughout the last decade. Projects include an Emergency Department Expansion, Thomas Hospital Birth Center, Infirmary Pediatric Clinic, Oncology Renovation, Cardiology Renovation, X-Ray and Nuclear Additions, and multiple exterior renovations.

“WSC works closely with our team to provide construcability feedback, pricing, and scheduling through the life-cycle of each project. Most projects have been executed in fully operational hospitals and medical clinics requiring particular attention to safety in the work environment for our patients, visitors, staff, and construction team. We welcome the team approach that White-Spunner provided and I recommend them for new projects and space renovations.”
— Dennis W. Summerford, P.E., CHFM
Vice President, Facilities & Construction

PREMIER MEDICAL

ARCHITECT:

WHLC ARCHITECTS 

PROJECT LOCATION:

DAPHNE, ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

We found that the building shell was in sound condition and was constructed such to allow a complete interior demolition and renovation to meet the needs of the proposed project. White-Spunner Construction negotiated a Design Build Contract and immediately brought in the design team to start the project. The collaborative effort with the client and design team made short work of the design and allowed construction to move forward at a rapid pace. The project finished weeks ahead of schedule allowing the client additional time to ensure all was ready to service the new patients.

LAVAN MARTIN ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY & BUFORD L. ROLIN TRIBAL HEALTH CLINIC

ARCHITECT:

SHERLOCK, SMITH & ADAMS

PROJECT LOCATION:

ATMORE, ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

The Lavan Martin Assisted Living Facility includes four assisted living homes, an entrance canopy, courtyards, dining, a coffee shop, business center, quilting room and resident laundry. There are 24 apartments with one bedroom, eight 2-bedroom apartments and two guest rooms. The 69,300-square-foot complex also includes a 100-seat dining room, as well as recreational and entertainment venues. The architectural concept was inspired by Creek Tribal heritage and elements found in nature. The structure is comprised of rough-hewn timbers with vaulted, exposed wood decking and stone. The complex also features a large fireplace, and the landscape features gardens, walks, seating and gathering areas, as well as a fountain and fire pit.

The Buford L. Rolin Tribal Health Clinic is a 65,000-square-foot, 2-story building designed around a central atrium using stone and wood construction. The clinic provides services such as a diabetes program, women-infant children program (WIC), women’s health, primary and specialty care, dental care, diagnostic imaging, physical therapy, behavioral health, preventative health education and more.

MISSISSIPPI STATE PUBLIC HEALTH LAB

ARCHITECT:

MJR/SENTER, PC 

PROJECT LOCATION:

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

This Public Health Lab is an 80,000-square-foot, 4-story concrete structure. The facility is built to Biosafety Level (BSL) 3 construction standards and is used for a variety of specialty laboratory testing including HIV, West Nile, Anthrax, food and drink products.

“The construction team was instrumental in moving this project to completion, and the field staff was significantly responsible for the quality of the final product and the overall performance of the building. I would not hesitate to seek out White-Spunner construction for another project of this type and complexity.”
— M.J. Reddington, P.E.
MJR/Senter, PC