Tomsich Pathology Laboratories (LL Building)

This new facility doubles the size of Cleveland Clinic Laboratories and is designed to support testing needs in microbiology, special chemistry, immunopathology, and molecular pathology for the Clinic system hospitals and healthcare providers worldwide. The building includes areas for clinical engineering, administration, and sales offices.

Virtual design modeling was used for design of exterior building envelop, interior space, lab mock-ups, and MEP systems. Failsafe redundancies for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing ensure that systems operate 24/7.

Sustainable features of the project include:

  • green roof
  • permeable pavers to control water run-off
  • enhanced energy performance through lighting and energy recovery
  • 95 percent of construction waste was recycled

This project is LEED Gold certified.


Fairview General Hospital – ParkView Patient Care Center

This challenging project was built on the edge of a cliff and features a soaring 4-story atrium and breathtaking views of the Rocky River Reservation. The four-story addition to the hospital’s existing facility has 144 medical and surgical patient care rooms. Fairview’s innovative approach to the addition was to divide it into patient-friendly zones: the Patient Zone, the Visitor Zone, and the Caregiver Zone. Each has its own amenities and uses, designed to make the patients feel more comfortable.

The project also included a pedestrian bridge built over a ravine between employee parking and the new facility


Medical Office Building

The Orthopedic Institute of the Great Lakes is the new home for one of the most heralded orthopedic groups in the Midwest. The group services Cleveland’s professional franchise athletes.

Donley’s was responsible for the buildout of this facility, for which it had previously constructed the building shell. The medical office building features:

  • an MRI room
  • an x-ray room
  • exam rooms
  • physicians’ offices
  • medical work rooms
  • waiting rooms
  • a reception area

In addition, the facility houses a physical therapy unit that includes a hydrotherapy pool and a locker room area. The building’s entrance features a large structural canopy for patient drop-off.

Lakewood Medical Center Expansion

This project consisted of the construction of a three-story shell with a structural steel frame. The exterior façade of the building is made up of precast concrete, granite, and glass curtainwall. The main focal point of the structure is the new three-story atrium, featuring glass-enclosed elevators, granite floors, and views of the landscaping outside. Included in this project was a 10,000 sq. ft. buildout for an Imaging Center that houses an MRI and a CAT Scan


Surgical Pavilion

The three-story addition includes 16 state-of-the-art operating suites, four of which are specifically dedicated to open heart surgery. The facility also houses an outpatient surgery center, a pre-admission testing area with ten exam rooms, and a diagnostic radiographic room.

Ten beds were added to the emergency department, bringing the total to 49. Other additions and renovations were also made to the emergency department.


Modernization Program

New construction included an outpatient entrance featuring a dramatic two-story lobby, cantilevered vehicular canopy, and exaggerated elevator tower, creating a highly visible entrance to the hospital. A separate two-story addition provides space for a 15-position PACU and Endoscopy Suite, as well as a Same Day Prep/Recovery Suite with 29 private patient positions. The first floor of the PACU addition is adjacent to the existing Emergency Department and provides 13 beds to support both Observation/CDU and Inpatient Pediatrics.

Elements of the project include:

  • 36,000 sq. ft. of new construction
  • 76,000 sq. ft. of renovations
  • 17,000 sq. ft. of cosmetic renovations
  • 146,000 sq. ft. of site work
  • Renovations to the surgery platform to create 8 “fully functional” operating rooms
  • Renovation of the Inpatient Unit for a 21-bed Progressive Care Unit
  • Renovation of Radiology to incorporate Nuclear Medicine and establish a patient prep/recovery area
  • Renovations to support services including Central Sterile, Laboratory, and Respiratory Therapy in support of clinical care
  • Renovation of the visitor lobby, gift shop, chapel, and pastoral services
  • Cosmetic upgrades to public corridors

This project is LEED registered.


Medical Arts Center III

This facility houses a state-of-the-art cancer center fully equipped with a lead-lined simulator room, a linear accelerator room contained within six feet of concrete on all sides, and a cancer treatment floor. As a resource for patients, families, and friends, the center houses a Community Resource Center stocked with brochures, periodicals, videos, and internet access to related information. The Resource Center overlooks the Cancer Center’s two-story lobby and waterfall.

The decor of the center was designed to create a healing environment with bright, airy rooms filled with natural light and wall coverings, carpet, and furniture in comforting colors and textures.

Lorain Ambulatory & Surgery Center

This free-standing, single-story ambulatory same-day surgery facility houses:

  • patient examination rooms
  • three operating rooms and related areas
  • patient pre-op rooms
  • patient recovery areas
  • an endoscopy room
  • two semi-private overnight rooms

In addition to building operations areas, support spaces include:

  • the main registration and waiting lobby
  • radiology room
  • laboratory
  • medical supplies storage
  • medical and administrative staff offices

Mercy Regional Medical Center Master Plan Renovation

Renovation to the hospital’s Patient Tower made up the majority of the project and was completed in six phases in order to minimize disruption to the facility. Areas addressed included:

  • patient rooms
  • nursing stations
  • sterile storage areas
  • showers
  • MEP/HVAC system upgrades

Work in the Emergency Care Center included new air handlers and a lobby renovation that took place while the ECC remained open. Renovation of the Biometrics area consisted of a new IT room, a new stress lab, and a new EMG room. The Physicians Information Center was also renovated to include fireplace and other amenities.


Oncology Addition

Donley’s was responsible for the buildout of existing shell space on the lowest level of the hospital’s existing Ambulatory Care/Surgery Center (also constructed by Donley’s).

The new 8,730 sq. ft. Radiation Oncology department includes a 2,200 sq. ft. linear accelerator vault that was added onto the side of the existing building. The department also houses:

  • a CT Simulator
  • a hot lab
  • examination rooms
  • physicians’ offices
  • ancillary support spaces

The Women’s Imaging Center features:

  • four ultrasound rooms
  • two mammography rooms
  • chest x-ray and bone densitometry
  • ancillary support spaces