Roadway Infrastructure - Project Focus

“I have rarely been involved in such a complex project that was completed with so few construction issues or complaint calls from affected property owners, demonstrating the quality of the plans. It has been a pleasure working with Bayer Becker’s knowledgeable and professional staff. Bayer Becker has proven their ability to a design complex transportation solution. I look forward to working with them in the future.”

Healthcare - Project Focus

Anchor Health Properties and St. Elizabeth Medical Center turned to Bayer Becker to provide design services for the new St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Covington, Kentucky. St. Elizabeth Covington is a re-development project along I-75 and includes a three-story building with approximately 120,000 square feet of space which include medical offices on the upper floors and a 10,500 SF emergency department on the ground floor along with outpatient services such as imaging, dialysis and rehab programs.

Recreation - Project Focus

Wake Nation is a wakeboarding facility located within Joyce Park in Fairfield, Ohio. The project is the first of its kind in the Tri-State area, and one of only seven in the nation. Wake Nation features an eight acre man-made lake with tow ropes pulled by overhead cables; allowing people to wakeboard, wakeskate, water ski and knee board. The lake has ramps and jumps that enable the participants to do tricks and stunts. The site also includes an observation deck, a pro shop and a concession stand.

Sustainability - Service Focus

 Bayer Becker is committed to the sustainable design movement. All of our professionals collaborate throughout the design process to envision ways to minimize energy consumption, provide alternative circulation systems, improve water quality, minimize storm water runoff, eliminate natural resource waste and enhance the aesthetics of the project.

Commitment to Greening is Top-Down Effort St. Elizabeth Medical Center’s new medical building in Covington will be highly visible from Interstate 75’s “cut in the hill.” Because of its showcase position, the hospital system’s leaders thought it should send a message – one of caring for the community’s health. They hope the structure’s “green” roof, with its environmental benefits, will do just that. The 120,000-square-foot, $34 million building is scheduled for completion this summer. It will include a 10,500-square-foot emergency department and services such as imaging, cardiac testing, physical rehabilitation, dialysis and wound care.


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