PP&O is a rapidly growing fabricator of custom prosthetic and orthotic devices for Vietnam and World War II veterans, patients with diabetes who have lost limbs due to the disease, and children as young as six months old.
With a site chosen in a suburban business park, the companys owner hired Oculus Inc. to create a building which was more elegant building than the neighboring pre-engineered buildings. Owners also wanted the project allow for expansion.
Oculus designed the new 10,874 SF headquarters to have an inviting universally accessible entry for patients coming to the facility for fitting and instruction. The patient fitting rooms, walking rooms, and administrative corporate offices are located just off the vaulted entry. The facility also includes medical record storage, an employee lounge, and a manufacturing area used for a wide variety of tasks including plastic forming, plaster casting, grinding and sewing.
We also designed the facility and site to expand an additional 3,000 SF to house the anticipated growth of the buildings manufacturing and support areas.