As construction at The Miller is well underway, WJBF gives an inside look at the progress so far. You can learn more about it from WJBF Channel 6 @ http://wjbf.com/2017/01/17/a-look-inside-the-miller-theater-as-it-undergoes-restoration/
Construction is set to start and you can read more about the local impact from WJBF Channel 6 @ http://wjbf.com/2016/08/01/construction-on-miller-theater-set-to-start/
We are happy to be a part of this key project for the revitalization of Downtown Augusta.
Read the full article from News Channel 6 WJBF @ http://wjbf.com/2016/04/28/augustas-miller-theater-gets-the-final-ok-to-be-revamped/
The Carlos and Marguerite Mason Trust has awarded Augusta University $1,453,312 to help fund the construction of a $4.1 million consolidated and expanded kidney transplant clinic at the medical center. The new multidisciplinary clinic will double the capacity for transplant evaluations and ongoing care, essentially paving the way for more patients to receive life-saving organs.
We recently renovated the digital imaging suite at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia and Construction Manager Chris Lehi had the opportunity to talk to the guys at ACR about how 2KM incorporated Patient Centered Care into our design.
Congratulations to the Children’s Hospital of Georgia on their award from Health Imaging magazine. 2KM is proud to have been a part of such a unique project helping both the patients and the staff have a better experience.
You can read more about the Pediatric Imaging Suite
See this project in our portfolio
A radiology practice is one of the most complicated medical facilities to design because it’s a highly technical space that must also be welcoming to patients. Functionality, safety, maintenance, adaptability, budget, schedule, and aesthetics must all be taken into account
The staff and the students at GRU are talking about our renovation of the student center dining area.
Read more about it at https://greport.gru.edu/archives/17890
One of our hospital renovations opens its doors and gets some local coverage.
Read the full article HERE
“This particular design was patented in 1887,” said Grenz, who spent weeks on the restoration. “This replaced a wooden one in the middle of the quad that was rotting in 1893.”
See the full article HERE