HEALTH CARE, GOVERNMENT AND EDUCATION INFRASTRUCTURE

Health Care

Health care projects have contributed significantly to the project experience of MRAAP. These projects include renovation, addition, and new construction work for a wide range of building types, including hospitals, clinics, medical office buildings, private physicians’ offices and dental offices.

Municipal & Government

Since the firm’s inception, MRAAP’s project portfolio has reflected a concentrated emphasis on work with government entities. MRAAP has designed numerous facilities for local agencies in the St. Louis area and throughout the States of Missouri and Illinois.

Infrastructure

From new industrial areas to flood recovery and roadworks, we have a proven track record delivering civil infrastructure on time and to budget. Streamlined workflow is ensured with our best-practice methodologies and commitment to safety, quality and environmental standards.

RESIDENTIAL NOISE MITIGATION PROGRAM FOR LAMBERT-ST. LOUIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

RESIDENTIAL NOISE MITIGATION PROGRAM FOR LAMBERT-ST. LOUIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

In 1998, MRA was selected by the City of St. Louis Airport Authority to provide architectural/engineering design services for a pilot noise mitigation project. The goal of the project was to remediate the effects of aircraft noise for homes surrounding Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. This pilot program was undertaken to evaluate the effectiveness of sound insulation for 60 residential homes that are located within an area exposed to aircraft noise (the 65-70 DNL noise contour), but outside the buyout area. As a result of the pilot study and the improvements made to the participating homes, a reduction in aircraft noise of an average of five to ten decibels was achieved.

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POLICE FACILITY ADDITIONS PHASES I AND II

POLICE FACILITY ADDITIONS PHASES I AND II

This project involved a 1,650 s.f. addition to the existing Police Station to increase office space for Investigation and Patrol Officers. The keying system was made compatible with the original. Exterior and interior finishes matched existing. The HVAC and electrical systems were expanded to service the new facility. During the course of the project, various existing elements were salvaged and reused such as windows and metal siding. New finishes and an extension of the existing color scheme were provided. Work included a 20 space parking lot expansion.

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NEW STERILE PROCESSING AND DISTRIBUTION CENTER

NEW STERILE PROCESSING AND DISTRIBUTION CENTER

In 2009, the Department of Veterans Affairs John Cochran Medical Center was troubled with a series of incidents involving the sterility of surgical and dental instruments. To solve this problem permanently, the VA made the decision to completely demolish their existing 60 year-old Sterile Processing & Distribution (SPD) center and replace it with a new, state-of-the-art facility. Michael Roth & Associates with the joint venture construction companies of JW Fuller and L. Wolf Construction, formed the design/build team the VA determined was most qualified to design and construct the new SPD.

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SOUTHEAST MISSOURI MENTAL HEALTH CENTER

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI MENTAL HEALTH CENTER

Michael Roth & Associates was selected by the State of Missouri to design a new 31,000 s.f. forensic mental health building addition on the campus of the Southeast Missouri Mental Health Center.

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RENOVATIONS TO SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

RENOVATIONS TO SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

In the spring of 2011, the St. Louis office of the Small Business Administration and their facilities supporting the Service Corps of Retired Executive (SCORE) were unable to negotiate a lease renewal and were required to move to the Robert A. Young Federal Office Building before the end of the fiscal year.

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SECURE CALL CENTER FOR US COAST GUARD

SECURE CALL CENTER FOR US COAST GUARD

In the event of a national emergency, the U.S Coast Guard takes a central role in protecting lives and property. In 2009 the USCG made the decision to move its central emergency call center to their existing facilities in the Robert A. Young Federal Office Building in St. Louis, which would require a 50-station call center for additional personnel who will come to St. Louis in the event of an emergency.

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