• The 426 Michigan Avenue project is a strategic, integrated campus designed to offer “one-stop” medical care for patients. Located on Michigan Avenue’s Medical Mile in Grand Rapids, it is just a few blocks from Spectrum Health’s downtown hospital campus.
  • The project comprised the complete renovation of a three-story, 30-year-old building to develop a state-of-the-art medical office building with diagnostic and treatment services and equipment in one location.
  • The interior was completely gutted, removing all mechanical, electrical and architectural materials to return the building back to a core and shell configuration.
  • The first floor contains a new main lobby/reception area and waiting room, one radiology/X-ray room, two future radiology rooms to be built out at a later date, four blood draw rooms and a lab processing room, 12 exam rooms and one alcohol screening room.
  • The second and third floors consist of 28 exam rooms and two large team work rooms each, with the third floor specifically serving pediatric patients.
  • Granger also constructed a new drop-off canopy and vestibule at the main entrance that includes a decorative metal panel ceiling with a wood grained finish.
  • Work also included staining the brick façade to reflect Spectrum Health branding, installing all new exterior glass, new sidewalks with snowmelt systems, a new brick patio and landscaping, all new MEP systems, a new roof and new asphalt for the parking lot.
  • This project was finished on time and within budget.

Healthcare

Spectrum Health – 426 Michigan Ave. Integrated Care Campus

COST:
$6 million

SQUARE FOOTAGE:
35,500

SERVICE:
Construction Management with GMP

START:
August 2016

COMPLETION:
May 2017

ARCHITECT:
Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber