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#1 elpingüino

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Posted 11 April 2018 - 06:41 PM

Starting a thread for general discussion of JPS, particularly the possibility of a $1 billion county-wide bond election.

Here is the report recently produced by the Citizens Blue Ribbon Committee, which was established by the Tarrant County Commissioners Court.

https://access.tarra...AL 2 21 18.pdf

One thing that stands out to me, starting on page 31, is the recommendation for four new community health centers:
1. Kennedale / northwest Arlington
2. Far south Fort Worth where Wedgwood, Candleridge and Summer Creek come together
3. Far north Fort Worth roughly between Saginaw and Presidio
4. White Settlement

What observations do you all have from the report?

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Posted 09 August 2018 - 12:41 PM

Sounds like the bond is coming up now. Probably more news here shortly.



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Posted 13 August 2018 - 12:46 PM

Not much specifics, but it appears that JPS is readying itself to build a major multi-use development at the eastern end of Magnolia.

 

http://www.fortworth...3016d8275e.html



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Posted 14 August 2018 - 12:41 PM

Not much specifics, but it appears that JPS is readying itself to build a major multi-use development at the eastern end of Magnolia.

 
http://www.fortworth...3016d8275e.html



Going to be fun parking for those who work at JPS, that garage gets full

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Posted 07 November 2018 - 11:53 AM

Bond easily passed.



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Posted 14 August 2019 - 06:04 AM

First two bond projects: two community clinics, each to be $20 million.

https://www.star-tel...e233945687.html

The goal of these clinics, officials say, is to keep people out of hospital emergency rooms and give them one place, a medical home of sorts, where all of their medical needs can be met.

Each of these clinics also would be able to address mental health care needs, officials said.



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Posted 07 July 2020 - 03:12 PM

What!  The way to go -

 

...."They (Lucrative Hospitals)  would better serve their community if they offered more comprehensive care to all who need it, as JPS does".

 

Fort Worth Business Press - https://fortworthbus...ington-monthly/



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Posted 15 October 2021 - 08:08 PM

https://www.tdlr.tex.../TABS2022003149

 

PROJECT
Project Name:
JPS Hemphill Parking Lot
Project Number:
TABS2022003149
Facility Name:
John Peter Smith Hospital Parking Lot
Location Address:
1617 Hemphill Street
Fort Worth, TX 76104
Location County:
Tarrant
Start Date:
1/1/2022
Completion Date:
3/31/2022
Estimated Cost:
$227,000
Type of Work:
New Construction
Type of Funds:
This project involves public funds, public land, or is a Federally funded roadway project.
Scope of Work:
Demolishing an existing building and replacing with parking. Work also includes removing some existing parking to add curbed islands and lighting.
Square Footage:
35,000 ft 2
Are the private funds provided by the tenant?
No
Current Status:
Project Registered
PERSON FILING FORM
Contact Name:
Kimberly Goss
RAS
RAS Name:
KIMBERLY J,GOSS
RAS #:
51
RAS Address:
12720 HILLCREST RD STE 580
DALLAS, TX 75230
RAS Phone:
(214) 348-7758
OWNER
Owner Name:
John Peter Smith Hospital
Owner Address:
1500 S. Main Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Owner Phone:
(817) 702-4941
Contact Name:
Louis Mattingly
TENANT
Not Assigned
 
DESIGN FIRM
Design Firm Name:
Dunaway Associates
Design Firm Address:
550 Bailey Avenue, Suite 400
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Design Firm Phone:
(817) 335-1121


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Posted 15 October 2021 - 09:17 PM

The building they are planning to demolish is very non-descript and doesn't appear to be architecturally significant.



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Posted 28 October 2021 - 03:21 PM

https://www.tdlr.tex.../TABS2022004049

 

PROJECT
Project Name:
THERMAL PLANT DECOMMISION_PH 2 CORE AND SHELL
Project Number:
TABS2022004049
Facility Name:
Master Facility Plan Program Offices
Location Address:
1500 S. Main Street
Fort Worth, TX 76104
Location County:
Tarrant
Start Date:
1/3/2022
Completion Date:
3/30/2022
Estimated Cost:
$1,200,000
Type of Work:
Renovation/Alteration
Type of Funds:
This project is privately funded, on private land for private use.
Scope of Work:
Shell will receive new MEP, new windows, new roof, new vestibule. Second floor will receive new finishes, reconfigured mechanical with new RTU. New landscape with accessible ramp.
Square Footage:
7,025 ft 2
Are the private funds provided by the tenant?
Yes
Current Status:
Project Registered
 
OWNER
Owner Name:
JPS Health Network
Owner Address:
1500 S Main Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Owner Phone:
(817) 702-3554
Contact Name:
Ivy Yang
TENANT
Not Assigned
 
DESIGN FIRM
Design Firm Name:
Beck Architecture LLC
Design Firm Address:
810 Hemphill St
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Design Firm Phone:
(817) 255-7800


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Posted 03 December 2021 - 09:31 AM

TEP Decom - Master Facility Plan Program Offices hit TDLR.
 
PROJECT
Project Name: THERMAL PLANT DECOMMISION_PH 3 THERMAL STORAGE INTERIOR IMPROVEMENT
Project Number: TABS2022006479
Facility Name: Master Facility Plan Program Offices
Location Address: 1500 S MAIN ST Fort Worth, TX 76104
Location County: Tarrant
Start Date: 5/1/2022
Completion Date: 7/31/2022
Estimated Cost: $750,000
Type of Work: Renovation/Alteration
Type of Funds: This project involves public funds, public land, or is a Federally funded roadway project.
Scope of Work: Core and Shell Office finish out. New walls, new interior storefront, reconfiguration of MEP, new plumbing fixtures, new light fixtures, new millwork, new finishes.
Square Footage: 4,100 ft 2
 
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Posted 22 December 2021 - 12:36 PM

Does anyone know what JPS's plans are for the land they bought east of South Main, between Rosedale and Pennsylvania?

Is there any indication they have future scenarios/ general possible uses in mind?

 

I think the scope of what is currently in design is all contained on their main campus (South of Magnolia) plus the satellite buildings around the county, so would not use the land in question. 



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Posted 27 December 2021 - 03:51 PM

I've heard UNT plans to establish a Teaching Hospital next to JPS.



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Posted 27 December 2021 - 04:18 PM

Does anyone know what JPS's plans are for the land they bought east of South Main, between Rosedale and Pennsylvania?

Is there any indication they have future scenarios/ general possible uses in mind?

 

I think the scope of what is currently in design is all contained on their main campus (South of Magnolia) plus the satellite buildings around the county, so would not use the land in question. 

I brought up my issues with that in this thread a few months back. Frustrating for sure and I know developers are hesitant to continue the Southward march of S. Main because of the lack of plans there. Well, that's part of the issue, the other being Zandvoort's. 



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Posted 27 December 2021 - 06:24 PM

It's Vandervoort's.



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Posted 10 March 2022 - 08:43 AM

 

https://www.tdlr.tex.../TABS2022003149

 

PROJECT
Project Name:
JPS Hemphill Parking Lot
Project Number:
TABS2022003149
Facility Name:
John Peter Smith Hospital Parking Lot
Location Address:
1617 Hemphill Street
Fort Worth, TX 76104

 

Record PV22-00085
Commercial Razing Permit
Record Status: Pending
 
Project Description:
JPS - Tarrant County Hospital District
Demolish building and foundation. Other improvements to remain
 
 
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Posted 28 July 2022 - 09:39 PM

Record UDC-2022-066
Urban Design Commission
Record Status: Approved
 
Work Location
1650 S Jennings
 
Record Details
Project Description:
JPS Parking lot
New parking lot at Hemphill and W Maddox
Tree calculation: Total area of new parking lot = 29, 275 sf 40% of parking lot area = 11, 710 sf 6 trees at 2000 sf = 12,000 sf Meeting 40% coverage requirement of new parking lot area.


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Posted 29 July 2022 - 08:04 AM

we're going on 4yrs since the $1B bond was passed for JPS and is a parking lot seriously the first thing yet approved?



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Posted 02 September 2022 - 10:51 AM

Drainage Study filed for JPS Psychiatric Emergency Center:

 

Record DS-22-0206
Drainage Study
Record Status: In Review
 
1500 S Main St. Fort Worth, TX 76104
 
Scope: Replacing parking lot with Psychiatric Emergency Center Building
 
Land Disturbance Area (Acres):6


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Posted 12 September 2022 - 12:08 PM

Record DS-22-0215: 
Drainage Study
Record Status: In Review
 
Permit Address
285 ST JOSEPH CT
 
 
Project Description:
JPS TRANSITIONAL PARKING AND CONTRACTOR STAGING AREAS
TRANSITIONAL PARKING AND CONTRACTOR STAGING AREAS. -The 2022 JPS Bond master facility plan involves multiple construction and operational phasing to the JPS campus in order to achieve the final design of the desired campus layout. -The Intent of building a temporary lot located at 1401 S Main Street is to provide parking for the JPS staff and patient that was displaced due to the construction of the new Parking Garage and Psychiatric Emergency Center on the JPS campus. -The anticipated Construction Start for the Parking Garage is January 2023 with a completion date of August 2024. The anticipated completion date for the Psychiatric Emergency Center is November of 2024. -Once the parking garage and the Psychiatric Emergency Center is complete, the site that is being used for temporary parking will be discontinued for parking and transitioned for construction of the New Patient Towers. -The contractor lots are being set up for remote materials staging for the New Parking Garage and Medical Office Building, and Psychiatric Emergency Center at 801–899 Bryan Ave Fort Worth, TX 76104. The Contractor staging will also be used for the new Central Utility Plant, Pavilion Expansion, and the new Patient Towers. This contractor parking lot with the Support Services Building will be used for construction parking until the JPS Bond construction is complete.


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Posted 29 September 2022 - 05:31 PM

Beck Group shared a rendering of a planned garage on the JPS campus at S. Main and Magnolia: https://www.beckgrou...-build-project/

 

 

 

We’re excited to share, JPS Health Network selected The Beck Group and Potere Construction to design and build an eight-story, 2,800-space parking garage.

The new garage will be at the health care system’s main hospital campus. The project involves architecture, design, preconstruction, and construction services for a new parking garage at South Main Street and West Magnolia Avenue.

Click the link in our bio to learn more about the project and our partnership with Potere Construction.

 

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Posted 29 September 2022 - 05:40 PM

Beck Group shared a rendering of a planned garage on the JPS campus at S. Main and Magnolia: https://www.beckgrou...-build-project/

 

 

 

We’re excited to share, JPS Health Network selected The Beck Group and Potere Construction to design and build an eight-story, 2,800-space parking garage.

The new garage will be at the health care system’s main hospital campus. The project involves architecture, design, preconstruction, and construction services for a new parking garage at South Main Street and West Magnolia Avenue.

Click the link in our bio to learn more about the project and our partnership with Potere Construction.

 

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Posted 29 September 2022 - 07:46 PM

That's one big parking garage



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Posted 29 September 2022 - 07:59 PM

That's one big parking garage

The positive is that it takes away from adding more surface lots to the immediate area. 

Something tells me they're ready to build something bigger. 


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Posted 29 September 2022 - 08:13 PM

 

That's one big parking garage

The positive is that it takes away from adding more surface lots to the immediate area. 

Something tells me they're ready to build something bigger. 

 

 

You already knew this but will repost it from my post above as written in their permit filing in case anyone missed it:

 

"Once the parking garage and the Psychiatric Emergency Center is complete, the site that is being used for temporary parking will be discontinued for parking and transitioned for construction of the New Patient Towers."



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Posted 29 September 2022 - 08:16 PM

So, JPS being a public hospital and all, and considering that in the real world nobody really wants to go to the hospital and dealing with parking issues is terrible, I find this is okay. Lots of people in the region live far away. This is needed. Especially if it makes room for expansion.

 

But for other stuff, Fort Worth among big cities is like last place for transit ridership and must be #1 for the most ginormous parking garages ever. 2800 cars is a lot if this nears capacity, that could be 5600 or more cars or roughly 10% of a large 6 lane road's daily capacity based on things I've seen.



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Posted 29 September 2022 - 09:02 PM

There has been some big cash throw around by the hospitals on new garages lately

 

All numbers from TDLR

 

Baylor Scott & White All Saints Garage - 1400 8th Avenue -4 floors, unknown spaces - $20,000,000
 
Cook Children's Medical Center - 8th & Pennsylvania Garage - 8 floors above grade, 2 below, 870 spaces - $38,000,000
 
Klabzuba Garage Expansion - 5 floors, 500 spaces (addition) - $7,500,000
 
Cook Children's Medical Center - 8th & Penn Garage - 6 levels above grade, 2 below, ~1000 spaces - $35,000,000
 
Rosedale CCMC garage - 7 floors, 464 spaces - $22,000,000 (though this appears to include the adjacent office building too)
 

 
 


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Posted 30 September 2022 - 09:06 AM

 

There has been some big cash throw around by the hospitals on new garages lately

 

All numbers from TDLR

 

Baylor Scott & White All Saints Garage - 1400 8th Avenue -4 floors, unknown spaces - $20,000,000
 
Cook Children's Medical Center - 8th & Pennsylvania Garage - 8 floors above grade, 2 below, 870 spaces - $38,000,000
 
Klabzuba Garage Expansion - 5 floors, 500 spaces (addition) - $7,500,000
 
Cook Children's Medical Center - 8th & Penn Garage - 6 levels above grade, 2 below, ~1000 spaces - $35,000,000
 
Rosedale CCMC garage - 7 floors, 464 spaces - $22,000,000 (though this appears to include the adjacent office building too)
 

 
 

 

 

$125M spent on parking.... 
$125M in lost opportunities



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Posted 01 October 2022 - 05:45 PM

Looking closely at the renderings, I wonder if there will be ground floor retail. It looks like something at the corner closest to the view in the rendering, but might just be a fancy elevator lobby or something. Also, there appears to be a different building at the far right side. Maybe some sort of future medical office? It would be nice if the site was broken up a bit, especially give the frontage on one of Fort Worth's most successful streets. 

 

That's one big parking garage

 

Massive. For reference, the 777 Main/Bass Hall garage is 1,200 spaces, City Center Two (east) garage is 1,900, and the Chevrolet Garage at Dickies is 2,200.

2,800 might be the biggest parking garage in the whole city. 

 

The biggest I know of in the area is the Terminal D garage at DFW, which is a whopping 8,100 spaces.



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Posted 01 October 2022 - 09:08 PM

Wow, 8,100 spaces at Term D.  That's a lot of parking. 
 
Probably the most annoying parking garage in Fort Worth is the Baylor All Saints Professional Pavilion garage.  https://goo.gl/maps/bzz2UZjBhc77Z6i97
 
It's about 10-stories but feels like it could be 50 stories tall when you need to find a parking spot. No sure exactly but the first 4 floors I think are reserved for staff and doctors and it just takes forever when you get stuck behind someone, you keep going up and up and up and finally find your spot nearly at the top, then you're late for your appointment.  Getting out isn't much easier.
 
The "diciest" parking lot in the Medical District is Cooks 7th St. Garage.  If you have even a slightly large vehicle, this is a tough one to navigate.  I spent some time there in the dead of winter after the big ice storm that caused the mass pile-up, it gets even scarier when there's slippery surfaces involved.

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Posted 06 October 2022 - 09:35 AM

Here's a graphic from the latest JPS Board meeting. The PEC is expected to break ground this month. The green space and the block just to the north it will be paved for parking. Those lots will be paved before the new parking garage can start.
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Posted 28 October 2022 - 08:31 PM

JPS will break ground on the Medical Home Southwest Tarrant in December at Mesa Springs Drive and Granbury Road.
https://www.jpshealt...nearly-complete

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Posted 28 October 2022 - 09:02 PM

Reminds me of Trinity Mother Frances Heart Hospital in Tyler

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Posted 05 November 2022 - 07:03 AM

Beck Group shared a rendering of a planned garage on the JPS campus at S. Main and Magnolia: https://www.beckgrou...-build-project/

 

 

 

We’re excited to share, JPS Health Network selected The Beck Group and Potere Construction to design and build an eight-story, 2,800-space parking garage.

The new garage will be at the health care system’s main hospital campus. The project involves architecture, design, preconstruction, and construction services for a new parking garage at South Main Street and West Magnolia Avenue.

Click the link in our bio to learn more about the project and our partnership with Potere Construction.

 

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Here's a graphic from the latest JPS Board meeting. The PEC is expected to break ground this month. The green space and the block just to the north it will be paved for parking. Those lots will be paved before the new parking garage can start.
Kiriiec.jpg

 

I've quoted two posts. Is the 2800-spot parking structure in the first post the same thing as the "MOB Parking" structure in the second post? I think they're at the same location facing Magnolia, right? If so, will it be a pure parking structure, or an office+parking structure?



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Posted 06 November 2022 - 12:00 PM

 

Here's a graphic from the latest JPS Board meeting. The PEC is expected to break ground this month. The green space and the block just to the north it will be paved for parking. Those lots will be paved before the new parking garage can start.
 

 

I've quoted two posts. Is the 2800-spot parking structure in the first post the same thing as the "MOB Parking" structure in the second post? I think they're at the same location facing Magnolia, right? If so, will it be a pure parking structure, or an office+parking structure?

 

It looks like "MOB" and "Parking" are two different structures, or at least two different uses in the same structure:

 

MOB - Medical Office Building facing Magnolia

Parking - structure behind the Medical Office Building



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Posted 07 November 2022 - 12:39 PM

Any idea as to the dimensions of the two new patient towers?



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Posted 08 November 2022 - 12:43 PM

Any idea as to the dimensions of the two new patient towers?

 

Not very specific info but here's the vision for ph. 3 of the bond program: 

 

https://youtu.be/o09u7ARZDvQ

 

PHASE 3
Once those projects are underway, developers can begin construction on the new hospital complex, which comprises Phase 3 of the JPS Bond Program. Currently, the new hospital is envisioned as a large base building covering most of the green space, with potentially two patient towers rising out of the base. Walls says the need to have exterior windows in each of the 588 planned patient rooms means that two towers likely makes more sense for the design, but final determinations are yet to come.
 
While the new hospital will offer welcome improvements in modern technology and design, it will also be much more energy efficient than the existing hospital tower, giving JPS a more sustainable energy footprint overall.
 
Before the green space becomes the site of the new hospital, it will first be used as temporary parking during Phase 1, and as a construction materials holding or “lay-down” site in Phase 2. The land holds historical significance as the site of the former St. Joseph Hospital, Fort Worth’s first hospital, which closed in the 1990s. JPS bought the land in 2008. “The forethought of JPS to acquire that land gives us the ‘empty chair’ that we can utilize for the development of new facilities,” says Walls.
 
The new location of the hospital will feature a drive-up entrance on Main Street, allowing for easy patient access and for JPS to retain its Main Street physical address.

 

 

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Posted 08 November 2022 - 01:55 PM

I still had the JPS stuff up and was going to post the rest of the phases earlier and forgot.  Here you go.  Interesting the parking lot drawing with the orange coloring has Bed Tower #1 on the southeast corner of the property, south of Pavilion Bldg.

 

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