USPI Southlake Medical Office Building 1 is a two story 47,000-sf MOB that is the first phase in a two-phase master, which is covered by the building footprint, surface parking, and landscaping. All of the storm water from the site flows into a 33,000 cubic foot underground detention system beneath the fire lane. The exterior skin of the building is a combination of brick, plaster, composite panels, and curtain wall. There is a drop off canopy at the main entry to the building.
Level 1 of the building is 25,500 sf. There are (60) exam rooms and (21) physician offices. Also occupying a small space on level 1 is a pharmacy that is affiliated with Baylor Scott & White. There is also lab shell space occupying the remaining space on level 1.
Level 2 is roughly 21,500 sf, with an imaging center occupying 6,000 sf of level 2. This imaging center includes an MRI, CT, Radiology, and R/F equipment. Also on this floor are the accounting offices for the family medicine suite, as well as a Specialty Clinic run by Baylor Scott and White.
1st Place - TEXO Distinguished Building Award