Relocatable Modular Building for MidMichigan Medical Center
A Relocatable Medical Building Resolves Disruption Problem
RAD Technology Medical Systems (RAD) is working with MidMichigan Medical Center – Alpena to set up its patented Temporary Radiotherapy Vault (TRV), relocatable medical building. All the while, MidMichigan Medical Center – Alpena will update its existing linear accelerator. As a result, their patients will continue cancer treatments uninterrupted during the transition. In partnership with Whitley Manufacturing, the building is designed to relocate and set up quickly. Continue reading
Winthrop University Hospital was planning the addition of a Level One Trauma Center to treat both children and adult trauma patients. Because of the building site’s proximity to the emergency center, disruption to its essential services had to be addressed. Continue reading
Whitley Manufacturing is proud to announce the opening a new cancer treatment facility in Edmonds, WA. RAD Technologies partnered with Whitley Manufacturing to provide the new treatment facility at the Swedish Cancer Institute’s Edmonds campus. This 17,000 sq. ft. modular facility is home to the most advanced cancer treatment technologies, and provides a multitude of clinical areas and administration spaces.
Designed by award-winning architectural firm Perkins+Will, this building is an illustrious example of contemporary architecture. The Swisspearl rainscreen façade combines seamlessly with light wood accents on the interior and exterior of the building to provide a comfortable and inviting atmosphere. The inspiring design, along with the quality Whitley construction makes this building a welcome addition to the Swedish campus.
RAD Technology Medical Systems Temporary Radiotherapy Vault (TRV)
Through a partnership with RAD Technology and Perkins + Will, Whitley Manufacturing produced an innovative and contemporary facility. This treatment vault was designed to be easily relocated multiple times throughout it’s lifespan.