VACCHCS 20-Year Master Plan

The Master Planning project developed an integrated facility design for VA Central California Health Care System (VACCHCS) identifying existing problems, future demands, and establishing strategic programs to address deficiencies. The work included two distinctive phases: (1) data collection, function, capacity and site analysis; and (2) ... Learn More

VACCHCS Remodel ED for Observation Beds

Located in the basement of the existing Outpatient Clinic Building, the remodel of the 12,283 S.F. Emergency Department to utilize existing space available and maximize the number of Observation Beds. An orderly and professional development plan with associated site and cost estimates are provided. The additional observation beds Developm... Learn More

NMVAHCS Response Improvements – Call Boxes

The $1.1M SimLEARN/ Resuscitation Education Initiative (REdi) project included a comprehensive simulation testing methodology on an active site, with a fast-track schedule, and incorporated: 1. a pre-assessment; 2. simulation testing; and 3. mitigation support and guidance of continuous improvement. The results of this testing showed ther... Learn More

VACCHCS Expand Primary Care (Clovis Campus)

The project builds approximately 13,700 GSF of VA Primary Care space and implements the Patient Aligned Care Team (PACT) model. The project will be the first of a planned multi-structure complex and will require consideration for future vertical and/or horizontal expansions. The buildings primary utilization is to Expand Primary Care for ... Learn More

PVAHCS Halls & Walls Phase 1

The Triple C design team renovated the interior of these spaces to address the unique needs of veterans.  By decreasing the number of environmental stressors and creating efficient traffic patterns that promote safety, ease, and calm, the interior of Building 1 now meets the VA’s vision for circulation of employees and patients with a ... Learn More

PVAHCS Value Engineering of the Master Plan

The Phoenix Veterans Affairs Health Care System (PVAHCS) completed a 10-year assessment of their Strategic Capital Investment Program. That assessment identified a capital investment of approximately $300M to provide 171,300 SF of new healthcare space at the Carl T. Hayden Medical Center and to renovate another 356,000 SF of existing spac... Learn More

NMVAHCS Replace Central Plant Boilers

This project removes and replaces three 500 BHP, high-pressure steam boilers and associated equipment to include the DA tank, condensate tank and flash tank located in the central energy plant. In addition, all ancillary piping systems, controls, pumps, valves and other devices will be replaced with state-of-the-art equipment and material... Learn More

VAHCS Improve Mental Health Inpatient Wards

This remodel project includes 6,000 SF of existing space in Building 1 on the 5th Floor, C&D Wings of the Phoenix VAHCS. The space supports specialty Mental and Behavioral Health services as well as the Mental Health administrative offices. Interior design and planning included suicide, proof light fixtures, extensions to patient room... Learn More

Fresno VACCHCS Phase 2 Chiller Infrastructure Project

The Chiller Infrastructure system requires updating, upsizing, and corrections. Triple C is developing a design to increase the size of the chilled water piping system to increase the distribution capacity for the main hospital. The design also includes the installation of two additional chillers in the chiller plant to increase the chill... Learn More

Albuquerque NMVAHCS Parking Garage

Providing a harmonious response that preserves historical influences yet celebrates modern influences, Triple C is designing this new, multi-level, 350-space parking garage adjacent to the historic area on campus. The VA stakeholders and Triple C evaluated three locations during a two-day charrette. Among other factors, the options design... Learn More

Phoenix VAHCS Outpatient Behavioral Health Building

This 20,000 SF new construction project includes the planning, design and construction-period services of the Outpatient Behavioral Health Building.  Triple C provided construction documents for the first two stories of an ultimate six-story structure. The design included the architectural and engineering infrastructure for four addition... Learn More

Albuquerque NMVAHCS Community Living Center

The Community Living Center Phase 2 project will expand Phase 1 to provide 15 new beds and add a total of 10,000 SF of new space to the building. The Community Living Center will be configured to accommodate two more residential homes/wings of 7 and 8 beds, respectively. Phase 2 will further enhance space constructed in Phase 1 to support... Learn More

Albuquerque NMVAHCS Pharmacy

This new $8.5M project allows for up to 20,000 SF of new space while extensively remodeling and relocating existing spaces. Triple C is developing solutions that mitigate the impact to adjacent sites, address historical impacts, and provide added value to the campus, such as relocating the Canteen. Per the VHA design directives, Triple C ... Learn More