Lifeline OF OHIO
Columbus, OH
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Lifeline of Ohio is a non-profit organization that promotes and coordinates the donation of human organs and tissue for transplantation. The organization provides services to hospitals and communities in 38 Ohio Counties and 2 West Virginia Counties. Lifeline of Ohio commissioned Rogers Krajnak Architects, Inc. to provide architectural services for an expansion and renovation project at their headquarters. Due to the steady growth of their services and staff, Lifeline of Ohio will be expanding into available tenant space in their existing building. The design solution provides greater efficiency and better organization for the staff and a new welcoming main entry and meeting space for visitors to the facility. Architectural changes to the exterior of the building include; a new Lifeline of Ohio main entry canopy and vestibule, a new entry canopy at the staff entry/loading area and a new entry canopy and vestibule for the building tenant, The Ohio State University Transplant Center. The project will also include new interior finishes with interior design services being provided by Rogers Krajnak Architects.

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