Lake of the Hills Regional Medical Center

Moon Mayoras was contracted to design the four-story, 86-bed Lake of the Hills Regional Medical Center on a 40-acre site at the intersection of Texas Highway 71 and US Highway 281 in Marble Falls, Texas. The hospital is supported by a 75,000-square-foot outpatient clinic adjacent to the hospital and integrated to provide clinical services in direct support of the general acute care hospital.

The 264,360-square-foot medical center will house an emergency department, cardiac services, a neonatal special care unit, operating rooms, maternity suites, and other special services, all supported by comprehensive imaging technology and other diagnostic capabilities. Upon completion, the hospital will include a full service kitchen and accompanying dining room to support patients, staff, and visitors. The design also included space for administrative services and an educational/conference center.

The main public entry will feature a plaza with a healing garden designed for contemplation and tranquility. Moon Mayoras Architects designed the this entrance to be easily identifiable from Texas Highway 71 by the two-story lobby and elevator tower, which serve as the prominent visual elements of the design.

The exterior of the two-story portion of the hospital will be comprised of natural stone indigenous to the area combined with lighter materials, such as glass and metal paneling, on the upper floors.

Location

Marble Falls, Texas

Square Footage

269,910

Construction Cost

$75,400,000

Project Year

TBD