September 20, 2020

Florida’s Studio+ to design Cayman Islands hospital


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Studio+ will design the Indian based venture led Narayana Hrudayalaya  hospital in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. It will be tertiary care hospital focusing on cardiac and orthopedic care.

The hospital is a 120-bed 107,000 SF facility consisting of four multi-function cardiac and orthopedic operating rooms, a hybrid operating room, full imaging and diagnostic suite, ICU (Intensive Care Unit), and outpatient support services.

As a result of the high cost of power and water on the island, the hospital will feature alternative sustainable design solutions. These solutions include methods for powering the hospitals boilers with solar panels and capturing rain run-off from the roof in cisterns to be used for the flushing of toilets.

Founded in 2011, studio+ is a group of professionals who have been practicing architecture together in Florida since 2004.  From that time, Ted Sottong and Damon Romanello have been responsible for all operations in Fort Myers.

Studio+’s architects and designers are commissioned by some of the largest healthcare providers in the region and work closely with the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA). Studio+ have build their reputation on the fact that their projects continually pass AHCA inspections the first time.  They have been the architects for some of the most influential hospice providers in Florida. Studio+ also counts PACE (adult day care) centers among their most prolific and meaningful work.

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