Master Facility Plan
  Wheatland, Wyoming


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The Master Facility Plan developed for this Critical Access Community Hospital serving Platte County in southeastern Wyoming included the following:

  • Updating this 1950s era facility to meet functional needs plus current design and operating standards
  • Include outpatient care facilities lacking in the original building.
  • Additions plus renovated areas totaled over 34,000 square feet, approximately 78% of the original building area.
  • Because funding was limited to an average
    of about $4 million per year, the plan accommodated construction that could be phased over a total of 5 years.

The plan included:

  • An Inpatient Unit with adaptable modality patient rooms, decentralized nurse work stations and space for family members within each room.
  • A two-room Surgery Suite with Outpatient Prep and Recovery facilities (which did not exist in the original hospital).
  • An Imaging Department with state of the art R-F, CT, Mammography and Ultrasound rooms.
  • An Outpatient Clinic (not previously existing).
  • An Emergency Department with four state of the art patient treatment spaces.
  • A new Utility Plant that replaced a very outdated and cramped facility.
  • Significantly simplified and improved public circulation
  • A new Lobby overseen by the Inpatient Unit Clerk.
  • Replacement of an awkward connection from the Hospital to the Long Term Care Unit with one more appropriately located off the main public circulation spine on the First Floor.

Original Level 1 Plan


Masterplan Level 1


Role: Klump Architecture began the Master Facility Planning services for this client. These services were completed by Klump Brinkley Architecture.

Project Size: 24,600 sq. ft. of new spaces & 9,800 sq. ft. of renovated spaces.


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