TRITEC Building Company constructed interior spaces at the Port Jefferson Surgery Center at 1500 New York-112 Building 3, Route 112 in Port Jefferson Station. The project, designed by Dominick A. Termini, AIA of Pallante Design, is a partnership between 19 community surgeons, Mather Hospital and Pinnacle III, a company that has developed ambulatory surgery centers nationwide.
The 16,000 sq. ft. Article 28 medical office interior build-out features six state-of-the-art operating suites, a pre-op and post-op recovery area, nursing stations, reception and administrative space. Construction of the interiors began in April 2017 and was completed on January 10, 2018. Complex mechanical systems that feature a chiller unit, negative and positive air as required, and a humidification system for the procedure rooms were part of the build-out. Medical gas, vacuum, and air were installed to service the pre-op, procedure rooms, and post-op, meeting all codes and requirements. TRITEC installed a generator that can supply
electricity to the entire building so power outages will not affect any procedures. This facility also has a steam generator for sterilizing all of its equipment. The construction materials selected prevent bacterial growth and were selected for easy cleaning. The modern design is clean and welcoming to patients.