Novant Health Centreville


This project repositioned a former standalone food service establishment to be used as an urgent care and medical imaging facility, by our client a rapidly expanding regional health care provider. The 6,396SF building underwent a nearly total transformation, essentially the structure and what was salvageable of the building façade were all that remained.

The interior build-out actually accommodates two separate business operations, an imaging facility that uses about two thirds of the space which includes an MRI, CT Scanner, ultrasound and X-Ray along with support space associated with the use. The remaining one third is an urgent care facility, that includes examination rooms and offices along with a waiting area and business support services. Each space is tastefully and simply finished in an appropriate professional manner that reflects the clientele that are served. The build-out required significant removal and replacement of the concrete slab to facilitate modifications to the below slab plumbing and a pad for placement of the MRI machine. The HVAC and electrical systems were replaced in their entirety, with placement of new RTU’s, distribution ductwork and VAV boxes for temperature control along with fabrication and installation of a new 800 amp electrical system, distribution wiring, lighting and power connections.

Exterior modifications include landscape replacement, façade improvements included replacement of existing aluminum/glazing and door systems, repairs and resurfacing of the EIFS system and replacement of existing wood trim, providing a complete transformation and repositioning.

Location: Centreville, Virginia

Owner: Novant Health

Architect: RSG Architect

Size: 6,396sf


General Contracting