Medical Construction & Design

MAR-APR 2018

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6 Medical Construction & Design | M A RCH /A PR IL 2018 | MCDM AG.COM Projects IN BRIEF The Neenan Company broke ground on Community Health Centers of the Central Coast's 26,600-square-foot clinic in Templeton, California. The clinic will serve as a replacement facility for CHC's clinic in Templeton, providing an additional 10,700 square feet to increase capacity. The relocation will co-locate the healthcare organization's services. Completion anticipated in early 2019. Lendlease has been awarded the construction management design-assist-build services for St. Luke's University Health Network's Anderson Campus Expansion in Easton, Pennsylvania. The new hospital addition will support SLUHN's strategic growth in the region. The four-story acute care building will have a basement and will be programmed to maintain fl exibility allowing for future expansion. Doster Construction Company was recently selected to renovate the former Kindred Hospital Indianapolis South in Greenwood, Indiana. The new facility will be known as Community Health Network Rehabilitation Hospital South. The project includes renovating a three-story 56,250-square-foot long-term acute care facility into a new 44-bed inpatient rehabilitation h ospital. Hereford Dooley Architects is the architect of record. Community Health Centers of the Central Coast Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of the hospital's new expansion located in Palo Alto, California. The project team included Perkins+Will as exterior and interior designer, HGA as medical planner and DPR Con- struction as general contractor. Now open to patients, the expansion links the original hospital with a new main building, bringing the total hospital space to measure 844,000 square feet. Private patient rooms are more spacious, with sleeping accommodations for two family members and amenities on every fl oor. Special features that help make the space unique and child friendly include a large digital interactive wall, as well as a dedicated broadcast studio. Surrounding the new building, 3.5 acres of gardens and green spaces refl ect the fl ora and topography of Northern California. The hospital's Dunlevie Garden features educational and engaging sculptures for children to physically explore. completed & upcoming TEAM: EXTERIOR/INTERIOR: PERKINS+WILL > GENERAL CONTRACTOR: DPR CONSTRUCTION > MEDICAL PLANNER: HGA Lucile Packard: Steve Babuljak PEDIATRIC Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford Holds Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony at New Facility

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