Atlantic Medical Imaging Flagship Office Opening
When AMI wanted to “push the envelope on what (they’re) bringing to the community in medical care”, they turned to Saphire + Albarran for the design.
The new AMI location ( at Black Horse Pike in Egg Harbor Twp, NJ) will be a full-service imaging center with CT, MRI, X-ray and ultrasound. A Women’s Imaging Center will include 3-D mammography, DEXA, ultrasound and minimally invasive breast biopsies.
Dr. David Levi, president and CEO of AMI, says about the space, “the new office will move patients along to their exams in a quick and comforting fashion…”
SA Long Listed in World Architecture News (WAN) Healthcare Design Awards 2012
“This project expands and reorganizes an existing emergency department of a community hospital with the focus on improving the delivery of medical care. Located in a resort area near the New Jersey coast, the hospital experiences a doubling of the population it serves during the summer months. The task was to address this unique requirement while also providing for future growth.”
SA Published in Worship Facilities / Princeton Presbyterian Church Wins Award of Excellence
Ken Ringe, 2011 vice chair of the Commercial Builders Council, says, “This project showed great use of different materials, and the expanded space took into consideration the specific needs of the congregation, as well as the design aesthetics of the surrounding community.”
SA Published in World Architecture News (WAN) Healthcare Design Awards / AMI AtlantiCare
“This project (located in Hammonton, New Jersey) creates a new standard of care for medical imaging in an underserved area. Located in Southern New Jersey, where the area’s only hospital, Kessler Hospital, was recently closed, the project establishes a state-of-the-art medical imaging center within a new Urgicare Center that is open 24 hours a day. Hammonton, New Jersey.
SA in the News…Faith Projects Published in US 1 Newspaper
Rev. Smith of the Princeton Presbyterian Church in West Windsor , New Jersey reflects in today’s issue of US 1 on what a modern church needs to be calling the new $1.“6 million addition by Saphire + Albarran, a place that “mixes everyone together” and dispenses with one’s preconceived notion of what a church is. “A type of community center for everyone from children, to teens, to families, singles, and seniors.”
Also in today’s issue of US 1, an article highlighting church transformations, referencing St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church, “Architect Joseph Saphire, of Saphire + Albarran, based at 12 North Main Street in Pennington (www.saphirealbarran.com) included some of his signature touches, such as a “comfy” room with a gas fireplace, and glass-walled rooms to expand a narrow corridor. The auditorium can hold 200 people for a reception and offers 60 theater-style seats that pull out from the wall.”