Medical Construction & Design

NOV-DEC 2017

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MCDM AG.COM | NOV EMBER / DECEMBER 2017 | Medical Construction & Design 11 Projects medical construction database Visit, or contact JOSH KANTARSKI at 312-223-9421 or toll free at 866-316-5300, for more information on these projects. Medical Construction Database provides information and marketing services for the construction industry, including online databases, communities and directories. Pipeline PROJECT VALUE (millions) SCHEDULED START LOCATION MIDWEST River's Edge Hospital & Clinic Inpatient Unit, expansion & renovations $34 First quarter 2018 Saint Peter, Minn. Siteman Cancer Center, new $20 First quarter 2018 Florissant, Mo. ProMedica Hospital of Lenawee County, new $137 Second quarter 2018 Adrian Township, Mich. Winner Regional Healthcare Center, expansion & renovations $23 Second quarter 2018 Winner, S.D. Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital, expansion & renovations $140 Second quarter 2018 Saint Louis Park, Minn. Trinity Hospital, new $275 Second quarter 2018 Minot, N.D. Chase County Community Hospital, replacement $22 Planning/Approval Imperial, Neb. Marshfi eld Clinic Minocqua Hospital, new $30 Planning/Approval Minocqua, Wis. NORTHEAST Waldo County General Hospital ED, expansion & renovations $5-25 November 2017 Belfast, Maine WellSpan Hanover Health Center, new $49 Fourth quarter 2017 Hanover, Pa. Mercer County Surgery Center, new $5-25 Fourth quarter 2017 Lawrenceville, N.J. UPMC Hamot, expansion $111 First quarter 2018 Erie, Pa. Virtua Medical Campus, new $1,000 First quarter 2019 Westampton, N.J. Specialist's One-Day Surgery Center, expansion & renovations $15 Planning/Approval Syracuse, N.Y. SOUTH Cape Fear Surgical Center, new $29 Fourth quarter 2017 Wilmington, N.C. Center for Advanced Healthcare at Brownwood, new $25-100 First quarter 2018 The Villages, Fla. Lee County Hospital, new $124 Third quarter 2018 Albany, Ga. Harford Memorial Hospital, new $118 Planning/Approval Havre de Grace, Md. Augusta University Columbia County Hospital, new $156 Planning/Approval Grovetown, Ga. Monroe Carell Pediatric MRI Unit, new $5 Planning/Approval Nashville, Tenn. TimberRidge Emergency Center Hospital, expansion & renovations $105 Planning/Approval Ocala, Fla. Robley Rex VA Medical Center, replacement $1,000 Planning/Approval Louisville, Ky. Ruby Memorial Hospital Acute Care, expansion & renovations $11 Planning/Approval Morgantown, W.Va. WEST Vail Valley Medical Center East Wing, expansion $200 Fourth quarter 2017 Vail, Colo. Saint John's Regional Medical Center ED, expansion & renovations $9 Fourth quarter 2017 Oxnard, Calif. Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital, expansion & renovations $5-25 Fourth quarter 2017 Thermopolis, Wyo. Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital, replacement $57 January 2018 Lincoln city, Ore. Mercy Gilbert Medical Center Hospital Tower, new $25-100 Fourth quarter 2018 Gilbert, Ariz. Iasis Healthcare Hospital, new $5-25 Planning/Approval Ogden, Utah Saint Alphonsus Hospital, new $5-25 Planning/Approval Twin Falls, Idaho Sonoran Medical Center, new $25-100 Planning/Approval Phoenix, Ariz. Central Peninsula Hospital Obstetrics Wing & Cath Lab, new & renovations $32 Planning/Approval Soldotna, Alaska Lake Chelan Community Hospital, new $45 Planning/Approval Chelan, Wash. Hackensack Meridian Health Ocean Medical Center recently invested $18.5 million into creating a medical-surgical suite on the third fl oor, above the Hi- rair and Anna Hovnanian Emergency Care Center. The project team includes EYP, Turner, BR+A and Stantec. Located in Brick, New Jersey, the new Southwest Pavilion is dedicated to elective surgeries, such as joint and hip replacements, bariatric and GI pro- cedures. At 36,000 square feet, the unit tripled in size. It includes a vari- ety of innovative features, including: Three state-of-the-art neighborhoods. Each neighborhood features distinc- tive colors with 12 patient rooms. Curved design of nurses' station en- hances nurses' line of sight into patient rooms, promoting safety and effi ciency. Distinctive Colors Among Features of New Ocean Medical Center Pavilion

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