Saint Francis Hospital & Medical Center and The Urban League of Greater Hartford (ULGH) today announced the grand opening of the Curtis D. Robinson Men’s Health Institute, a remodel project designed by JCJ Architecture.
The 4,800-square-foot remodel creates a patient-friendly, non-hospital setting where Saint Francis Hospital & Medical Center can provide readily accessible men’s health screening services to an underserviced, high-risk patient population. The first floor remodel included three new group seminar rooms which will be used for patient and staff education.
To make space available for this men’s health program, JCJ designed an additional 4,500-square-foot remodel that moved classrooms from the first floor to the building’s third floor. These classrooms help the ULGH continue their work in education, employment and training, in addition to providing economic enrichment to the community.
JCJ’s project team included professionals from across JCJ’s network of offices, led by Principal David Barkin, AIA, and Health Planner and Project Manager Doug Roberts, AIA. KBE Building Corporation served as general contractor.
About JCJ Architecture
Founded in 1936 and headquartered in Hartford, Connecticut, JCJ has offices in Boston, New York City, Phoenix and San Diego. The firm is recognized nationally as one of the country’s most respected architectural firms, providing clients with comprehensive planning, programming, architectural and interior design, project management and construction administrative services. With a long-standing reputation for creativity, excellence and business acumen, JCJ Architecture works across a broad range of industries including healthcare, hospitality, education, civic, science and technology, and commercial design. For more information, visit www.jcj.com.