Healthcare facilities require unique designs that incorporate the medical services it provides and the experience of the patients and visitors who visit these facilities. The site infrastructure design takes into account the critical nature of these considerations as well. The result is seen and experienced in the design of parking, traffic and pedestrian flow, fire protection supply, and utility services, to name a few.

      The new Phoenix Children's Hospital (PCH) West Pavilion addresses several service lines in need of expansion, especially the Emergency Department. The new ED is designed around a 100,000 patient/year volume, four times the capacity of the existing facility and is designed around a patient first care model. The building also has a significant Oncology Department, a major hospital lab and includes the hospital's administration department. $40M Expansion of the PCH West Wing, Healthcare Award of Merit 2018 by ENR Southwest.
        Dibble performed grading and drainage improvement plans for the Healthcare Trust of American for the Cath Lab building residing on the Banner Boswell campus. The building had rainwater infiltration concerns due to poor grading conditions on the exterior of the building. The Dibble grading and drainage plan properly routed the drainage away from and around the building, protecting it from rainwater infiltration.
        • LOCATION » Gilbert, AZ
        • OWNER » Dignity Healthcare
        • ARCHITECT » Moon Mayoras Architects
        Dibble provided site, grading and drainage, water, sewer, storm drain, and fire protection plans for a 300,000 square foot, 100-bed hospital located on a 30-acre site. The design also included parking areas to accommodate 860 vehicles in the first phase.