Kelsey-Seybold Main Campus MRI Replacement

Owner: Kelsey-Seybold Clinic | Architect: Kirksey Architecture

 

The Kelsey Seybold MRI Replacement project consists of removing two existing MRI machines in the Kelsey Seybold Main Campus building, renovating the gantry suites, equipment room and work areas, then installing two new GE MRI machines in this 3,869-square-foot place. With a 10-week schedule, the MRI’s are to be removed and replaced through the front of the building, requiring Arch-Con to demo part of the building façade as well as an existing storefront window in order to allow access for the magnets. In addition, the adjacent space is a fully operational 24-hour St. Luke’s Emergency Room and Radiology team.