Minneapolis Heart Institute – Ridgeview and Allina

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    6,000 sq ft

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Allina Health hired Greiner Construction to assist in their Minneapolis Heart Institute (MHI) clinic relocation from the 2nd floor to the 3rd floor of the Centennial Lakes Medical Clinic.

Greiner provided Pre-Construction and Construction services. The scope of work included: the renovation of all areas that are designated specifically for stress and echo testing, 12 private exam rooms, scheduling area, main reception area, lounge, waiting room and a patient beverage station.

A few of the key features of this build-out included: a stone wall behind the registration desk, DIRTT wall system, and sliding doors in lieu of traditional swing doors. The use of these doors allowed for the maximum amount of space to be utilized.

One of the unique challenges of this project was that vital structural supports needed to be installed in the ceiling of the tenant space on second floor to support the added weight of new Nuclear Medical camera equipment being installed on third floor. Greiner worked closely with the new building engineer and tenant on second floor to be able to install the needed supports. All of this work was performed during non-business hours to ensure their clinic operations were not disrupted.

The Minneapolis Heart Institute build-out was completed in 12 weeks.