Portfolio :: Marian Regional Medical Center
Santa Maria, CA

ExteriorMarian Regional Medical Center Exterior Main Lobby EntranceMain Lobby Enterance Main LobbySecond Floor Lobby/Waiting Public Areas Main LobbyPediatrics Lobby/Waiting Chapel Stained Glass EntryChapel Stained Glass Entery ChapelChapel Gift ShopGift Shop Dining RoomDining Room ServeryServory Exterior Patio DiningExterior Patio Dining ED Waiting LobbyImaging Room Emergency DepartmentEmergencyDepartment Typical Elevator LobbyTypical Elevator Lobby Typical Waiting AreaTypical Waiting Area ICU CCUICU CCU Typical ICU CCU Patient RoomTypical ICU CCU Parent Room Typical Nurse StationNortheast Exterior View Typical Patient RoomTypical Patient Room Typical LDRPNortheast Exterior View NICUNortheast Exterior View Exterior at DuskExterior Dusk
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Sq. Ft: 235,000
Beds: 188
Completion Date: May 2012
Project Cost: 210 million
Architect: Moon Mayoras Architects, San Diego
Interior Design: Brandt Design Group, Inc. consultant to Moon Mayoras Architects, San Diego
Services Provided: Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, Construction Administration, Furniture Planning/Design/Specification services, Donor Wall Concept, Signage Concept, Artwork/Plants Coordination

Marian Regional Medical Center, Santa Maria, CA

New four story tower includes lobby, two story chapel, Emergency Department, new dining room/servery and kitchen along with three floors of new patient rooms. Third floor includes 14 LDRP's, 2 OR's and a 21 bed NICU. A new CCU/ICU resides on the second floor. The overall concept was based on the California Mission style as well as the agricultural community in which this campus is surrounded. Cinnamon, pinot noir and sage green colors flow throughout the building and are reflected in local artists commissioned artwork for the entire building. The completion of this project is a true celebration of the history of California and the excitement of a state-of-the-art facility designed to meet the health care needs of the Central Coast for many generations to come.

Promoting wellness through interior architecture and design