RJTR provided architectural, interior design, and FF&E services for the new Emory Orthopaedics & Spine Center at the Atlanta Falcons’ practice facility campus in Flowery Branch, Georgia. With a combined 29,000 GSF, the program consists of an Orthopaedics & Spine Center; a Physical Therapy gym and treatment rooms; and a Sports Performance and Research Center (SPARC), all housed in a new two-story medical office building featuring views of the Falcons’ outdoor practice fields and a viewing portal into the existing indoor practice facility.
The facility includes a clinical imaging suite with a 3T MRI, digital X-ray, and infrastructure for additional X-ray, as well as a research imaging suite with a 3T MRI and infrastructure for future MEG imaging. The MRI suites are outfitted with custom motion-sensor camera systems and specialized one-of-a-kind research equipment. The SPARC lab features over 120 motion-tracking cameras, thirteen recessed force plates, and a custom recessed treadmill.
The Morehouse School of Medicine’s Lee Street campus extension is a transformative, mixed-use living and learning community in Atlanta’s Historic West End. Situated at the highly visible corner of Lee Street and Park Street in Southwest Atlanta, the project delivers housing, health and wellness facilities, retail, and office space for the Atlanta University Center Consortium Schools. The health and wellness programs include a fitness center operated by YMCA and a clinic that provides holistic care to the community. The clinic occupies the top two floors: a Student Clinic on the 3rd floor and a Primary Care Clinic on the 2nd floor. The Student Clinic will initially provide medical services for Morehouse College and School of Medicine, with plans to expand services to the university systems nearby. Also on the 3rd floor is the Sports Medicine Clinic and imaging center with an X-ray and CT located on the exterior glass with views to campus. The Primary Care Clinic is supplemented with holistic care and behavioral health services, which are not available elsewhere in the nearby community. Throughout the clinical areas, technology plays a large role in providing opportunities for wellness including telemedicine for interacting with patients and specialists virtually. In all clinical areas, Morehouse School of Medicine students will have the opportunity to learn alongside seasoned practitioners within collaborative workspaces that are designed to accommodate the changing healthcare landscape.
RJTR performed Architectural services for CARTER USA and Interior Architectural services, in collaboration with J’Quarles Interiors LLC, for Morehouse School of Medicine.