Built with cost-efficiency and low maintenance in mind, the new Eye Institute of Texas rests in the heart of a booming medical community.
The building houses several medical facilities, including an ambulatory surgery center. Located just two miles from the Dallas Presbyterian Hospital, the four-story structure features 70-foot Tilt-Up wall panels with window openings on all four sides of the building, allowing natural light to fill the interior. Efficient floor plates also were used to maximize the amount of natural light pouring into the windows.
The use of Tilt-Up allowed the design and construction schedules to be compressed, thereby decreasing costs and achieving the owner's goal of constructing a contemporary, low-maintenance facility.
Dallas, TX 75231
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