Posts Tagged ‘design for ASC’

Design Philosophy for Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC)

interior view of ambulatory surgery center

At TMA Architects, we have been developing Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC) for quite some time. As of today, we have completed 20 ASC’s and have two more on the boards.   ASC’s started popping up in 1998. They were such a new and novel project that the State of Texas did not have a full grasp of…

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Mixed-Use Project on Jennings Ave in Fort Worth

Site Plan for Jennings Mixed-Use Project

TMA Architects is in the final stages of designing a Mixed-Use project in Fort Worth. Located on South Jennings Avenue between Cannon and Hattie Streets in Fort Worth, the three-story building will total approximately 24,000 SF An Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) is on the first floor. Medical clinics and apartments are on the second floor.…

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Our Design Philosophy for Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC)

ASC rendering

At TMA Architects, we have been developing Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC) for quite some time. As of today, we have completed 20 ASC’s and have two more on the boards.   ASC’s started popping up in 1998. They were such a new and novel project that the State of Texas did not have a full grasp of…

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New Lease Space in Irving Shopping Center

Design for Shopping Center Addition

At TMA-CHA Architects, one of our latest projects is designing new lease space for MacArthur Marketplace. The shopping center is located along Interstate 635, just west of MacArthur Blvd in Irving, Texas. The additional 5,000 SF space will host two tenants, including Farm2Cook.  The design will feature accent canopies over large window segments as well…

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Physicians: Looking to Convert to an Ambulatory Surgery Center?

Inside Ambulatory Surgery Center Operating Room

The process of converting a space to an Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC), or building a new ASC, has become a particular area of interest and expertise for our firm. There are many factors to consider – whether it’s an existing treatment facility or an existing layout that allows for more flexibility. There are several driving…

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Triangular-Shaped ASC? We Can Do That

ASC design

The owner of Cardiovascular Labs of America requested a design for a state-licensed Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC). At TMA-CHA, we specialize in creating ASC’s, but this was an unusual request because their office is shaped like a triangle. Physicians and physician groups looking to add an ASC know there are a number of guidelines set…

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Our Design Philosophy for Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC)

Ambulatory Surgery Center

At tma-cha architects, we have been developing Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC) for quite some time. As of today, we have completed 18 ASC’s and have three more “on the boards.” ASC’s started popping up in 1998. They were such a new and novel project that the State of Texas did not have a full grasp…

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Thank You and Happy Thanksgiving

At tma-cha architects, we’re thankful to be blessed with a heavy work load this year, and we’re looking forward to completing the many projects that are on our boards – a few of which are: Office Building for Dialysis Associates, Fort Worth Offices for Tarrant Centers for Infectious Disease, Dallas Medical Offices for Havalika Partners,…

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Our Design Philosophy for Ambulatory Surgery Centers

At tma-cha architects, we have been developing Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC) for quite some time. As of today, we have completed 18 ASC’s and have three more “on the boards.” ASC’s started popping up in 1998. They were such a new and novel project that the State of Texas did not have a full grasp…

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