Completion Southside Regional Medical Arts Pavilion

Rendina Announces the Completion of Southside Regional Medical Arts Pavilion

Rendina has completed the new Southside Regional Medical Arts Pavilion, a two-story 32,500 square-foot medical office building in Petersburg, VA. Located on the campus of Southside Regional Medical Center (SRMC), the new medical facility is home to a state-of-the-art Cancer Center, a fully digital Women’s Imaging Center, as well as general medical and obstetrical office space for physicians. Rendina was responsible for all development activities, including construction management, leasing, and tenant improvement coordination.

SRMC moved from 801 S. Adams St. to its current location at 200 Medical Park Boulevard in 2008. At that time, the Cancer Center remained in the relatively new wing of the old hospital. While the Cancer Center had been fully operational at its original location on Adams Street, the Southside Regional Medical Arts Pavilion offers the Cancer Center an advanced setting and convenient location on the SRMC’s main campus. Services will include radiation therapy, medical oncology clinics, infusion services, a women’s center, a community resource library and support services. This new center will also house an oncology navigator and psychosocial programs. This advanced technology coupled with the highest levels of compassion and expertise will bring unrivaled patient care to more than 200,000 local residents for years to come.

Richard M. Rendina

Chariman and Chief Executive Officer of Rendina

My family, colleagues and I are all too familiar with cancer and its often devastating effects. Doing our part to support cancer research and treatment is something that is near and dear to us. It’s what goes on behind those walls that make me feel like we are contributing.

Southside Regional Medical Center, a Community Health Systems hospital, received Accreditation with Commendation from the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer for 2011 through 2014 for its outstanding cancer care and adherence to national standards and best practices.

VIRTEXCO Corporation, the General Contractor for the project with headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia, is a full service organization providing expertise in delivery systems and related construction services.

Davis Stokes Collaborative, an architectural firm based in Nashville, Tennessee, provided a comprehensive array of professional design services for the project.

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Building Services
  • Radiation Oncology
  • Medical Oncology
  • Infusion
  • Woman’s Imaging Center
  • OB/GYN
  • General Medical Office
  • Hospital Staff Physicians

Time Lapse of Construction

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