Design/Assist project that consists of nine stories, roughly 350,000 sq. ft., hospital tower, a central utility plant upgrade with a connecting tunnel between the CUP and the new hospital building and a parking garage. Notable project features include: 80 family-friendly private rooms, new emergency, imaging, and surgery departments, and overall reduction in water and energy use.
Name of Project: Good Samaritan Hospital Patient Care Tower
Location: Puyallup, Wash.
Owner: Good Sam/Multicare Health
Architect: Good Sam Design Collaborative
General Contractor: Skanska USA
Engineers or Other Design
Consultants: CDi Engineers
Subcontractor(s): University Mechanical Contractors, Inc.,
Mukilteo, Wash; DBM, Federal
Way, Wash.; Veca Electric, Seattle.
Total Construction Cost: $400 million
Construction Start Date: August 2007
Expected Completion Date: December 2010