Sleep Center
Jacksonville, Florida

The project is a new one-story building to house the sleep studies program. There is a new asphalt parking lot with curb and gutter, concrete walkways, parking lot lighting, drainage structures and zoned irrigation system.

The new building is constructed with slab on grade, concrete block exterior walls with cast stone veneer, steel stud interior walls and wood roof framing. Glazing is a combination of insulating clear glass and spandrel glass set in aluminum store-front in a pattern. Interior finishes include a combination of hard tile and carpet with a few areas receiving vinyl flooring. Walls are painted gypsum board with applied wood trim for crown moldings in bedrooms and chair and crown moldings in the conference room and waiting room.

Most ceilings in the patient area are gypsum wallboard. Ceilings in staff areas are mostly suspended acoustical tile. Interior doors will be solid core, high grade, flush wood veneer with high quality commercial grade hardware. There are three sets of sliding automatic doors required. All exterior cladding and openings are required to be impact resistant.

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