St. Anthony Hospital Pavilion

General Contractor: 
Turner Construction in Dallas.
Architect: 
Rees Associates and Canon Design
Flooring Features: 
PAVILION: Altro Aquaticus Safety Flooring; Armstrong LVT Mystix 18 x 18; Shaw Float Tile, Mirror; Interface Superflor, Buffalo; Johnsonite Rubber Stair Tread & Riser, Milworks 6" Mist and Mannington Realities Sheet Vinyl, Homestead Hickory / Kahula.

An amazing transformation has taken place on the St. Anthony Hospital campus in the heart of midtown, furthering its tradition of excellence and ever-expanding care for our community. 

The new St. Anthony Pavilion, located at the East/Walker Avenue entrance of St. Anthony Hospital, is the hospital's latest expansion. The generously windowed,four-story;110,000-sq. ft. facility includes a new emergency room on the first floor, two intensive care units and a progressive care unit for a total of 72 new inpatient beds.  In addition, a new roof top helicopter landing pad allows efficient access to the emergency room and ICU on the floors directly below.  The expansion allows St. Anthony to care for more patients in a state-of-the-art setting and continue the hospital’s healing ministry of exceptional patient care that began in 1898 as the first hospital in the Oklahoma Territory.

The Pavilion represents the crowning point of the hospital's 10-year campus development plan to invest $220 million to improve and modernize its campus. In addition to enhancing its presence in the community, it has contributed significantly to the development and growth of downtown Oklahoma City. Bentley Flooring installed all the flooring in the Pavilion, including the tile in the waiting areas, bathrooms, walls, corridors and Mannington Realities Sheet Vinyl in Homestead Hickory / Kahula that looks like wood. 

 

 
Photographer: 
Robert Trawick