Lubbock architectural firm, Condray Design Group, was pleased to take part in the groundbreaking ceremonies for the new St. Clair & Massey Northwest offices.
Condray Design Group, a Lubbock architectural firm, is pleased to share that orthodontists James St. Clair, C.C. Massey along with Pediatric Dentists Dusty Janssen and Molly Lopez-Cepero announced plans that are underway to expand their growing practices by opening its north Lubbock locations at the northwest corner of Frankford Avenue and Erskine Street.
Condray Design Group is honored to be a part of University Medical Center Health System’s Core Laboratory expansion! The Lab was renovated to accommodate round-the-clock testing and provide UMC staff with state-of-the-art automated machinery in a modernized facility. The Core Lab provides services for UMC’s Emergency Center, the Southwest Cancer Center, all UMC Physicians Clinics, Texas Tech Physicians, as well as several regional hospitals.
The expanded facility features a new waiting area, private phlebotomy draw areas, a sizeable lab area, updated offices, break room, and support spaces to accommodate UMC staff, patients, and our region.
An Open House was held at UMC South Plains Mall Clinic this month to celebrate its new location. The Clinic was relocated to a larger space in the southeast corner of the mall to better serve its increasing number of patients and providers. The Clinic upgrades showcase modern finishes featuring silver metal walls, deep blue quartz countertops, modern light fixtures, and a new color scheme to include a new bold, blue entrance with red, silver and gray accents.
The Clinic provides a larger Waiting Area with a children’s play area, 4 Exam Rooms, a Lab Work Area, a larger Nurse Station, Offices and two additional Workstations for Providers. Attendants commented on how sleek and modern yet comfortable and calm the new space provides its patients.
TLC of Lubbock broke ground today to celebrate the new construction of their 30,000 square foot West Texas facility. Texas State Senator Charles Perry, Board Chairman Ross Moody, CEO of TLC Steve Takacs, Medical Director Dr. Roger Wolcott, and Program Director Cindy Cypert were among fellow leading acute care medical professionals to speak and partake in the groundbreaking.
Located on Quaker Avenue, north of TrustPoint Rehabilitation Hospital, Transitional Learning Center of Lubbock will continue to provide the West Texas community with an intermediate living center offering services for patients suffering from post-acute brain injury. The new facility includes 24 residential beds, 8 on-campus apartments, a large therapy gym, multiple treatment rooms and administrative offices.
University Medical Center celebrates the colorful, attention-grabbing, newly renovated Children’s Hospital this month. Renovations were made to 25 pediatric rooms, 16 pediatric intensive care unit rooms, and a new pediatric tub room with an inspiring beach theme. Each of the patient rooms are provided with calming graphics and modified hospitality style built-in storage as well as additional seating areas for families.
When UMC came to CDG to design a dynamic and modern, yet comforting pediatric unit, two main issues needed to be clearly addressed: understanding the scale of the hospital and creating a supportive healing space for children. Through the use of bright colors, fun finishes, efficient and functional spatial planning with interactive detailing, Condray Design Group is able to create a wonderful space for UMC’s younger patients.
Photographer, Ben Hicks, dedicates his oceanic print, “Stars of the Bahamas” to encompass the entire south wall of the pediatric tub room in honor of his son, Carson Hicks.
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Lubbock’s newest ambulatory surgery center proudly celebrated its grand opening this fall. Headed by Dr. Bolkar Sahinler, MD, Lubbock Surgery Center is the city’s newest ambulatory surgery center which focuses on pain management. The contemporary 6,800 square foot facility provides two large operating rooms, four procedure rooms, five pre-op rooms and five post-op rooms, carefully designed to incorporate cutting-edge technology as well as provide patients with modern yet comforting amenities. Natural elements and curved forms guide circulation while also creating a tranquil environment for visitors.
Members and alumni celebrated the grand opening of the new Country French style sorority lodge in late September. Participants circulated throughout the 10,800 square foot lodge that exhibits a grand entrance with formal staircase, expansive living area, full kitchen, chapter meeting room, multiple academic study rooms, large study hall, and library. Befitting the admirable, over 140 year history of KKΓ, the design creates a dignified presence within Greek Circle that the next generations of Kappa Sisters will call “home.”
Neighborhood residents, city officials, city Parks and Recreation staff, and community outreach organizations gathered together in early August 2017 to celebrate the grand re-opening of the Mae Simmons Community Center. The 12,400 square foot facility features custom clerestory artwork with an innovative lighting feature, newly renovated lobby, activities room, library, computer room, exercise room, kitchen and restrooms.
Mae Simmons was an extraordinary individual who positively impacted countless children’s lives. Through the growth and renewal of the Community Center, Mrs. Simmons’ heart-felt work and mission to help every child succeed continue to benefit the Lubbock society.
The new J.T. & Margaret Talkington YWCA Sun ‘n Fun aquatic center opened Memorial Day weekend. The new facility provides surrounding neighborhoods a cool spot to enjoy during our hot West Texas summers and throughout the year. The family-oriented recreational facility offers the community over 25,000 square feet of fun and includes a full sized basketball court with locker rooms, a racquetball court, an exercise gym, four classrooms, a multipurpose room equipped with full commercial kitchen, and a 35 foot tall climbing wall. The diverse facilities extend outside with an interactive splash park featuring three water slides, a splash pad for the little ones, a covered patio, and a concession stand. Snow cone, anyone?
A groundbreaking ceremony was held in August, 2016, to mark the beginning of construction for one of Lubbock’s largest entertainment venues, Adventure Park. Located at Marsha Sharp Freeway and Quaker Avenue, Adventure Park will provide over 14,000 square feet of fun, including a game room with bumper cars, indoor/outdoor dining areas, party rooms, go-karts, two miniature golf courses, bumper boats, gravity tower play structure, and a ropes course with a zipline. Adventure Park is scheduled to open in late 2017.
Texas Tech University’s old Mass Communication building has been repurposed for use by the Materials Engineering Research Department and opened for Tech students December, 2016. Originally built in the 1970’s for classrooms, recording studios, and office for Mass Communications, the three-story building has been structurally modified and renovated to meet heavier live load capacities for laboratory use, new technology, and equipment. A new
cast stone façade was designed on the east face of the building to create a new grand entrance to the facility directly on the Engineering key, facing Memorial Circle.
Condray Design Group believes in offering mentoring opportunities for students interested in Architecture and Interior Design. This year, CDG attracted several students ranging in age from middle school to college age. The planned events were a big success with the help of local vendors and product representatives.
Condray Design Group believes in the importance of education and is always excited to help the community by volunteering and providing presentations to K-12 students during Career Day. This year, CDG staff members, Stacey Mincey and Rosa Salazar, had the opportunity to interact with elementary students at the Willow Bend and North Ridge campuses to show what we do as Architects and Interior Designers.
Staff and Board Members of the Lubbock Children’s Health Clinic gathered to break ground at the site of a new clinic in East Lubbock. The project will also include an expansion and renovation of the clinic at North University Avenue. Spaces will include several exam rooms, procedure rooms, nutrition classrooms and a new eye clinic in the North location. Upon completion, the North Clinic will have a total of 5,375 square feet (new + existing) and the East Clinic will have 6,572 square feet to serve the Lubbock community.
The UMC Physicians Network Services I-27 Medical Center was completed and opened for business in December 2013. At 9,006 square feet, it includes x-ray facilities, physical therapy, work simulation spaces, audiometry evaluation, as well as procedure and exam rooms. It provides services for occupational medicine, physical therapy, rehabilitation and urgent care services. The facility held it’s official grand opening on January 14, 2014.
Officials gathered to break ground at the site of the new Emergency Center and Respiratory Therapy Addition at Coon Memorial Hospital in Dalhart, TX on the afternoon of January 10, 2014. The new areas will total 7,885 square feet of space and will include Trauma, Procedure and Exam rooms that will be serviced by a large control station and ambulance bay.