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Kansas City Orthopedic Institute

Healthcare Meets Flexibility and Innovation

Kansas City Orthopedic Institute (KCOI) leveraged DIRTT to shave 3 months from a conventional installation schedule and build a space that will adapt as the organization continues to grow. The facility includes 17 patient rooms with headwalls, featuring integrated TV’s, clocks, medical charts, and artwork of local landmarks. Integrated technology improves infection control with easy-to-clean surfaces. Private offices can easily be turned to patient rooms as the facility continues to grow.
Kansas City, MO
Architect / Designer
Pulse Design Group
JE Dunn Construction

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A holistic approach to sound management was used to maintain patient privacy. And yet the plenum above the ceiling remains open for mechanical, electrical and plumbing allowing maintenance and changes in the future are easier with less mess.
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