BEAUMONT HOSPITAL (NICU)
Project & Design Management (PDM)
- ASI Storage Solutions Traditional Metal Lockers
Beaumont Hospital in Troy, Michigan, is renowned for its exceptional medical care and advanced technology. It has received several awards for its high-quality medical care and specialized centers for heart and vascular care, cancer treatment, neurology, orthopedics, and other medical specialties.
Beaumont Hospital’s newest expansion is a 15,000 square foot state-of the-art Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) that provides specialized care for premature and critically ill newborns. The new facility provides patients and families with greater comfort, privacy, and the latest medical innovations.
The leadership of Beaumont Hospital trusted Project & Design Management (PDM) to bring their long-term vision for a new NICU to life. PDM has been a part of many medical centers and higher education facilities throughout Michigan and beyond.
PDM partnered with ASI Group to provide 15” metal storage solutions that would meet their aesthetic and durability requirements for the staff locker room.
“Hospital space is always at a premium, and the locker room needed to be compact, efficient, and easy to use. When you are trying to squeeze in almost 180 lockers, having a full range of sizes available is very important. The ASI Group offered the most variety in colors, materials, configurations, and sizes to meet our requirements.”
— John Wagner, Project Manager, PDM
ASI Group offers a collection of integrated products specifically designed for healthcare environments, providing more choices to design the most hygienic environment for patients and caregivers.
In critical environments, there is no room for error. ASI understands the need for dependable products with long-lasting value and looks that their clients want to show off and is continuously innovating to provide the best in integrated products for a healthcare facility.
ASI Group partitions, washroom accessories, lockers, and visual display products are featured in some of the world’s most prominent healthcare facilities—including the Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas, and the New York-Presbyterian David H. Koch Center in New York City.