St. Peters Surgery Center and Clinic

Completion Date: July 2022
Size: 46,000 SF
Location: St. Peters, MO
Type of Project: Healthcare
Ryan Responsibility: Development, Architecture + Engineering, Construction, Capital Markets, Real Estate Management

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Project Overview

Engaging all five of Ryan’s service offerings, the St. Peters Surgery Center and Clinic in St. Peters, MO, is a state-of-the-art orthopedic healthcare facility and surgery center housing complementary services all under one roof. The single-story, 46,000-SF facility features an ambulatory surgery center (ASC) and clinic with four tenants: Surgery Partners, Advanced Bone & Joint, RAYUS Radiology and Axes Physical Therapy. Made possible through the collaborative nature of the design-build approach and our longstanding relationship with Surgery Partners, the project showcases how a complex design, tight schedule and budget, and varying tenant requirements can spark innovation from the entire team to create an outstanding result.

Coordination between four distinct tenants created a unique challenge. Consideration was required for the needs of their service lines and varying ages of their patients, as well as their desires for the space and for their staff. In addition, having a fully functioning ASC located in the same building as a medical office space meant that all mechanical redundancies and structural requirements were designed in a way that the ASC space could ultimately stand on its own without relying on any of the medical office building infrastructure components.

With a modern and timeless design, the building includes four operating rooms, 25 orthopedic clinic exam rooms, imaging and a 4,700-SF physical therapy suite – providing orthopedic patients a spectrum of care in one location in addition to other specialty surgical procedures performed on-site. The facility achieves a cohesive feel through strategic patient, staff and material flow; connectedness between interior and exterior designs; and welcoming common space, including a shared lobby and a surgery center lobby. Full-height windows and large skylight bring additional natural light into the shared lobby space and reduces energy consumption. Sustainability was also addressed through a highly efficient lighting system and low-flow plumbing fixtures.

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