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Health Sciences and Technology Complex
 
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION
This Project serves the following activities of the DMC Division of Occupational Education and Technology.

General:
The Space Program primarily contains facilities for educational programs in the following areas. These areas shall be refined and modified as approved during the Schematic Design Phase. All programs use Common Shared Facilities.

Nursing Education Programs

  • Registered Nurse Education:
    Nursing Lab/Classroom, Nursing Lab with Beds, Communications Lab, ICU Lab, Equipment Checkout. Health Center Clinic provisions. Very heavy Classroom use during certain periods.
  • Vocational Nurse Education:
    Primarily Classrooms, with access to other HS labs (as Registered Nursing, Surgical Tech), Office, Support areas. Very heavy Classroom use during certain periods.
  • Shared Nursing Facilities:
    Very heavy Classroom use. Shares Common Program Facilities.

Allied Health Programs

  • Dental Assisting:
    Dental Assisting Lab, Dental Materials Lab, Classroom, Lab Storage, Office, Support areas. Provisions for Clinic service, including Reception, Lobby, Consultation, Files. Much sharing with Dental Assisting.
  • Dental Hygiene:
    Dental Lab/Clinic, Sterilization, Classroom, Lab Prep, Dressing, Storage, X-Ray Rooms, Dark Room, X-Ray Viewing, classrooms, Office, Support areas. Provisions for Clinic service, including Reception, Lobby, Consultation, Files. Much sharing with Dental Assisting.
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography:
    Sonography Lab, Classroom, Lab Storage Dressing, Office, Support areas.
  • Medical Lab Technology:
    Medical Technology Lab, Classroom, Lab Prep/Storage, Office, Support areas.
  • Occupational Therapy:
    Occupational Therapy Lab, Crafts Lab, Classroom, Lab Prep/Storage, Office, Support areas. Provisions for Clinic service. Shares Clinic Coordinator, Whirlpool, and Simulated Kitchen, Dining, Living and Toilet areas with Physical Training.
  • Physical Therapy:
    Physical Therapy Lab, Classroom, Lab Prep/Storage, Office, Support areas. Provisions for Clinic service. Shares Clinic Coordinator, Whirlpool, and Simulated Kitchen, Dining, Living and Toilet areas with Occupational Training
  • Radiology Technology:
    Radiology Laboratories, Classroom, Film Viewing, Darkroom, Film Room, Storage, Office, Support areas.
  • Respiratory Therapy:
    Respiratory Therapy Lab, Classroom, Computers, Lab Prep/Storage, Office, Support areas.
  • Surgical Technology:
    Surgical Tech Operating Rooms, Scrub Area, Substerile, Control. Monitor areas, Classroom, Lab Prep/Storage, Dressing, Office, Support areas.
  • New Educational Programs:
    Space for future new programs such as Pharmacy Technician, Medical Assisting and Cardiovascular Technician.

Human Services Programs

  • Early Childhood (Satellite):
    Serves as instructional facility as well as child care for nominally 40 children of West Campus students/staff, Activity Labs, Kitchen, Storage, Office, Support areas.
  • Human Services:
    Multipurpose Activity Room, Storage, Office, Support areas.
  • Interpreter for the Deaf/ASL:
    Interpreter Lab, A/V Learning Lab, Video Taping Rooms, ASL Classroom, Lab Prep/Storage, Office, Support areas.

Business Technology Programs

  • Health Information Technologies:
    Computer Lab, Classrooms, Office, Support areas.

Workforce and Economic Development Programs

  • Health Care Services:
    Medical Skills Lab, Lab Prep/Storage. May share other labs assigned to other programs. Other facilities occur at the South Campus.

Industrial Technology Programs

  • General:
    Industrial Education Programs may be grouped into one Emerging Technologies building.
  • Emerging Technologies:
    Emerging Technologies Labs, Classrooms, Storage, Office, Support areas.
  • Electronics and Communications Technologies:
    Electronics/Communications Labs, Classroom, Storage, Office, Support areas.
  • Industrial Education Core Courses:
    Classrooms, Computer Labs. Move from Barth Learning Center to new Emerging Technologies building.

Common Shared Facilities

  • Departmental and Shared Industrial Technology Programs:
    Shared Classroom, Computer Lab, Storage, Conference, Adjunct Office and Workroom areas. Departmental Office and Support areas.
  • Other Programs:
    Shared DMC Health Clinic, Classroom, Computer Lab, Learning Lab, A/V Lab, Equipment Checkout, Storage, Conference, Adjunct Office and Workroom areas. Department Office and Support areas.
  • Library Expansion:
    Expansion primarily serves Health Sciences. Programming will be within this Project, but design and construction will be included elsewhere.
  • Parking and Roads:
    Outdoor activities and client parking for Early Childhood satellite. Client parking for DMC Health Clinic services. Limited other parking facilities.
  • Pedestrian Areas:
    Pedestrian area development within the Project area.
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PROJECT TEAM
DMC Board of Regents
  • Gabriel Rivas III, Regent, President
  • Chris Adler, Regent
  • Dr. Haysam Dawod, Regent
  • Olga Gonzales, Regent
DMC Management
  • President's Representative: Dr. Rosie Garcia, V.P. of Instruction
DMC Program Area
  • Dr. Lee Sloan, Dean, Occupational Education and Technology
  • R. B. (Rosie) Garcia, Chair, Department of Registered Nurse Education
  • Bertie Almendarez, Chair, Department of Vocational Nurse Education
  • Patricia Paris, Chair, Department of Allied Health
  • David Arreguin, Coordinator, Dental Assisting and Hygiene
DMC Physical Facilities
  • Willie Keller, Acting Physical Facilities Director
  • Charles Miller, West Campus Maintenance Superintendent
  • Mike Snyder, East Campus Maintenance Superintendent
DMC Coordination Architect: Selected by WKMC Architects, Inc.
  • Bill T. Wilson II, AIA, Architecto
  • Dan Talley, AIA, Architect (non-voting on RFQ)
DMC Purchasing
  • C. A. Tines, Purchasing Director (non-voting)

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PROJECT ARCHITECT
Richter Architects
201 S. Upper Broadway
Corpus Christi, Tx. 78405

Contact: Mrs Elizabeth Chu Richter
361 882-1288
361 882-1388 Fax
erichter@richterarchitects.com>

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PROJECT PHASING AND SCHEDULING

The Project is expected to develop in the following the phases:

  1. Bond Development
    This Phase is now complete.
  2. Pre-Design Investigations (PD)
    This Phase is now complete.
  3. Schematic Design Phase (SD)
    This Phase is now complete.
  4. Design Development Phase (DD)
    This Phase is now complete.
  5. Construction Documents Phase (CD)
    This Phase is now complete..
  6. Construction Contracting Phase (BN)
    This Phase is now complete.
  7. Construction Phase (CA)
    This Phase is now complete.
  8. Occupancy and Post Construction Phase (PC)
    This Phase is now complete.
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General Contractor
Bartlett Cocke/Beecroft

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