Multiplex transformed to medical facility

March 14, 2019

A 50,000-square-foot 1980s-era multiplex movie theater is being transformed into a medical facility in Goodyear, Ariz., according to an article on the Medical Design & Construction website.

The new facility will retain the theater’s 12-foot-wide common hallways to create a patient-centric public corridor and is adding a reworked building entry. 

The project is also using the existing 22-foot theater ceiling heights to create open spaces with future flexibility.

Common and tenant areas will be reconfigured to eliminate elevation changes in the existing floors.

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