Lakeland Regional Health Pavilion for Women and Children
The eight-story, 350,000 SF Pavilion for Women and Children has established an iconic presence on the south side of the health campus, and now serves as the flagship of the organization, clearly visible from nearby roadways. The design of this facility was driven by the CEO and COO of the organization, a Patient and Family Advisory Panel, and select clinical staff members to ensure clinical excellence, safety and comfort, and convenience for the entire family.
The design includes spaces for gynecology, obstetrics, labor and delivery, women’s cardiology, and women’s surgery, as well as newborn care, neonatal intensive care, pediatric surgery, and pediatric emergency medicine. The pavilion is the system’s regional landmark with its glowing top metal plane illuminated from below. The building is a modern interpretation of the hospital’s existing architecture. The pavilion complements the adjacent buildings through scale and proportion, the use of horizontal ribbon windows and an honest expression of the building’s construction methods.
The building capitalizes on site assets, including distant lake views, orientation and high visibility on the south side of the campus near the main hospital.
Central Energy Plant
2019 - AIA Orlando Chapter Built Award of Excellence
2019 - IIDA Award Design Excellence
This large expansion project is a significant addition to a growing regional medical center campus in Lakeland serving the community of Polk County, Florida.
The exterior combines horizontal lines of the patient room windows with a large glass curtain wall that expresses public spaces at all levels. The exterior skin responds to peaceful views, orientation, and scale.
Our design includes spaces for gynecology, obstetrics, labor and delivery, women’s cardiology, and women’s surgery, as well as newborn care, neonatal intensive care, pediatric surgery, pediatric specialties, and pediatric emergency medicine.