True Custom Builders Inc. reclaimed an office space in the Bradley Professional Building, converting the third floor to the Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Dermatology Center.
Downtown Design Studio was in charge of redesigning the offices.
Architect Doug Caywood has been involved in a number of reclamation and renovation projects.
The Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Dermatology Center is located at 2253 Chambliss Ave., Suite 300.
True Custom Builders put Downtown Designs plans in place and took action to construct and finish examination rooms, a cosmetic reception and treatment area, lobby, office space and other amenities.
“In response to a growing practice, the center expanded into a 6,569-square-foot space which includes 10 exam rooms, a cosmetic reception and exam area, lobby for 54 people, nurses’ stations, lab, and a provider area,” Caywood said.
“The space is organized with a central nursing station and lab with the exams rooms positioned around the perimeter. Built-in storage is provided throughout the lab and for sample storage and for trays,” Caywood added.
A large waiting area is inviting for patients, and provides direct entry into the cosmetic dermatology waiting area and exam room. Existing wood paneled walls were integrated into the lobby with a new client check-in window.
Each exam room is designed with one of four floor tile accent colors and is equipped with custom millwork with integral waste containers.
The same four colors are used throughout the circulation areas.
The Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Dermatology Center relocated to the new offices from the second floor of the Bradley Professional Building.
Cleveland office manager Jason Nicholas said everyone moved seamlessly into the new space during the weekend and it was open for patient care by Monday.
The center offers aesthetic dermatology care, surgical and nonsurgical procedures for cancer treatments and other skin care services.
Cleveland is one of six offices in Tennessee and Georgia of The Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Dermatology Center.