Services: Architecture, Medical Equipment Planning, Interior Design, Construction Administration

Project Size: 124,696 sq. ft.

Location: Lubbock, Texas

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs | Community-Based Outpatient Clinic

The design vision for the two-story, 124,696-sq. ft. VA Lubbock clinic is to seamlessly integrate with the Texas Tech University campus on which it will be developed while maintaining a distinct identity to welcome Veterans. Inspired by the university’s rich history and well-preserved Spanish Renaissance Revival architecture, the clinic’s exterior is reminiscent of this style and uses a complementary brick veneer and clay tile roofing. A soaring two-story glass curtain wall forms a majestic entry while flooding the interior with daylight, offering views of the surrounding Texas Tech Health Sciences Center and University Medical Center, and creating visual connection between the upper and lower concourses.

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The new clinic will include an ambulatory surgery center as well as general health, dental, audiology, ophthalmology, MRI, radiology, pharmacy, lab and physical therapy services. The clinic also will include three PACT modules integrated with mental health services, providing accessible treatment for PTSD.

This clinic will provide area Veterans with comprehensive healthcare services they would otherwise have to travel more than 200 miles to obtain. In addition to expanding the services and quality of care offered, the new clinic will serve as a hub of healthcare, serving the region’s more than 300,000 Veterans.

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