Emergency service facilities
Medical, healthcare and welfare
Operations & Maintenance
Public Private Partnerships
Building Information Modeling/ Virtual Design & Construction
Sustainability case study
Skanska is providing preconstruction and construction management at risk services for a new $270 million expansion and renovation on an urban campus adjacent to critical hospital functions. Additionally, $11 million of enablement work had to be completed to start the new construction, inclusive of MRI relocations, 35 Kv and emergency power. The project is being delivered as a phased occupancy, with the first four levels known as the “Plinth” being delivered first, followed by the six-level tower, as well as the roof top mechanical, heliport and heliport operations above the six story tower. The last phase of the project is multi-level, multi-phased interior renovations. The total project duration is approximately five years.
The main project is a 444,000-SF, ground level through roof-top heliport expansion including emergency and interventional departments. Once complete, the facility will have 84 beds on levels three, four and five with a future capacity of 180 when shell floor space is fitted out. There are 80 treatment positions in the emergency department expansion along with medical imaging including radiography, CT and ultrasound rooms. This will support efforts to convert almost all semiprivate patient rooms to private rooms. The interventional platform is comprised of operating rooms, interventional cardiology and interventional radiology. In addition, a helipad will be constructed on top of the tower. The project also includes 90,000-SF of multi-phased renovation work.
Pamela MonastraSenior Director SE CommunicationsSkanska USA Inc.+1 404 946 7533
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Market segment: Hospitals