New York, NY
MEETH Ophthalmology Project

The existing building, built in 1910, provided numerous challenges and called for creative solutions during the construction process as antiquated construction and non-code compliant conditions were discovered.

The scope of the renovation covered base building mechanical, electrical and plumbing in addition to the new architecture. The expansion of Ophthalmology services focused on retina diagnostics and repair, allowing the hospital to bring in seven additional clinicians and increase patient capacity substantially. The new clinic features 14 additional treatment rooms and two new diagnostic testing areas with state-of-the-art equipment.