Backus Center for Specialty Care
Indigo is actively providing civil engineering design and local and state permitting services to develop a state-of-the-art 40,000 square foot two-story Center for Specialty Care building to the rear of the existing Backus Urgent Care facility at 582 Norwich Road. The scope of work includes a 200-car parking lot, stormwater management implementing several Low Impact Development (LID) features, lighting, landscaping, traffic management and geotechnical engineering. The site abuts a mix of commercial uses and residential properties. The proposed building incorporates decorative features and neutral colors and stone accents along with a front portico. The new building will have a backup generator. Construction will need to be strategically and carefully managed due to an active on-site emergency helicopter landing area accessory to the existing urgent care facility.
Lakebrook Medical Center
Indigo provided civil engineering design and local and state permitting services to develop a 25,100 square foot medical office building at 5 Pequot Park Road. The project scope included a 145-car parking lot, off-site intersection improvements, and stormwater management with Low Impact Development (LID) features. Since public sewer was not available, Indigo also provided subsurface sewage disposal system design for approximately 4,500 gallons per day.
Orthopedic Associates of Middletown & Middlesex Center for Advanced Orthopedic Surgery
Indigo provided civil engineering design and local and state permitting services to develop a two building medical campus site off of Saybrook Road. The main building is a 32,000 square foot medical office building with a two level 140-car parking lot completed in 2007. The second building is a 12,200 square foot surgery center building with a 64-car parking lot completed in 2008. The site abuts other medical uses and residential properties. The architecture of the both buildings is handsomely done with brick facades. The main building includes a clock tower and front and rear porticos and is a LEED Silver building incorporating solar panels, bike racks, compact car spaces, local building materials, etc. The surgery center building incorporates decorative columns and stone accents along with a front portico. Both buildings have emergency backup generators.