St. Luke’s Warren Campus located in western New Jersey has invested $90-million in patient friendly upgrades at its main campus and satellite locations throughout the area. This project in particular focused on renovations to an existing wing at their main campus, formerly dedicated to the ICU, to accommodate the Cath Lab relocation. With a goal to provide patients with excellent medical care in comfortable surroundings St. Luke’s partnered with BDA Architects to bring this vision to life. General contractor Irwin & Leighton led the charge to transform the space, but not without challenges. In order to bring the floor level into tolerance for the new equipment and finishes being installed we used Uzin’s self-leveling underlayment system throughout the space managing multiple pours to accommodate the general contractor’s work phases. Altro’s Symphonia sheet flooring was installed in conjunction with their Whiterock wall panels to provide a seamless solution in the lab and support rooms. The prep and recovery areas used warmer finishes, ideal for creating a comfortable atmosphere, employing a lovely pattern with Mannington’s Nature’s Paths luxury vinyl planks. The space was finished off using Armstrong Crown Texture VCT and Johnsonite 4" vinyl cove base.