Medical Construction & Design

JUL-AUG 2017

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10 Medical Construction & Design | J U LY/AUGUST 2017 | MCDM AG.COM Topping Out Held for Community Hospital East A topping out celebration was recently held for Community Health Network's Community Hospital East in Indianapolis, Indiana. The project team included CallisonRTKL and Pepper Construction. The 270,000-square- foot, fi ve-fl oor addition to and renovation of the existing hospital is being constructed in two phases on the existing campus in East Indianapolis. The addition will include 160 private inpatient rooms; parking and security for staff, patients and visitors will be reshaped to correspond with the updated campus design and to support future growth. Projects completed & upcoming St. Luke's: McCarthy/Sam Fentress Starting Line Construction Begins for St. Vincent Orthopedic Hospital in Indiana Kitchell Contractors has begun construction on the $95-million, 135,000-square-foot St. Vincent Orthopedic Hospital in Evansville, Indiana. The four-story hospital is an extension of an existing medical campus providing a variety of outpatient services. Designed by HKS, Inc., the facility will serve the community's growing demand for orthopedic services and will be a regional destination for individuals seeking bone and joint care. St. Vincent Orthopedic Hospital serves as a physical representation of the unique partnership between one of the tri-state's most distinguished hospitals and the region's largest orthopedic practice, Tri-State Orthopaedics. Scheduled to open in 2019, the hospital will include space for 48 inpatient rooms, 10 operating suites (with room for expansion) and two procedure rooms. McCarthy Completes St. Luke's Hospital Outpatient Services Building McCarthy Building Companies has completed construction of a new fi ve-story, 106,000-square-foot outpatient services building on the west campus of St. Luke's Hospital in Chesterfi eld, Missouri. BSA LifeStructures Inc. designed the building. The new $40-million St. Luke's Outpa- tient Center Building B adjoins St. Luke's Mr. and Mrs. Theodore P. Desloge Jr. Outpatient Center. The structure provides additional space for new physician offi ces, as well as the expansion of St. Luke's physical therapy and cardiac rehabilitation services. Other St. Luke's services that have relocated to the building include EEG/ EMG, the nutrition wellness and diabe- tes center, the anticoagulation clinic and wound care and hyperbaric medicine. To emphasize safety, team communi- cation and overall effi ciency throughout construction, McCarthy and its subcon- tractor partners used iPads and advanced construction software. The new building, which is being reviewed for LEED certifi - cation, integrates sustainability through the use of healthy, regional materials, bioretention basins to slow and treat onsite stormwater runoff and the genera- tion of minimal construction waste. A ribbon-cutting ceremony recently took place for Saint Alphonsus Medical Center, a new replacement hospital in Nampa, Idaho. The project team included CBRE Healthcare, ZGF & LCA Architects and Layton Construction. The new fi ve-story, $80-million facility represents the largest expansion project in the hospital's 100-year history. The 240,000-square- foot facility houses 106 private patient rooms, a 10-bed short stay unit and an 18-bed intensive care unit. Also included is a six-room surgical operating suite, six-bed neonatal intensive care unit, 12-bed obstetric and post-partum unit and a 24-room emergency department. Ribbon Cutting Marks Opening for Saint Alphonsus Medical Center

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