Batson-Cook Construction of West Point, Ga., and Salt Lake City-based Okland Construction were selected to build the $55-million Cancer Treatment Centers of America of the Southeast in Newnan. The multi-story 225,000 sq-ft hospital will be the fifth such campus in the United States.
Okland recently built a facility for Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Goodyear, Ariz., and approached Batson-Cook for the Georgia project.
The project includes a five-story, 60-room outpatient residential tower. The facility will include two linear accelerator vaults, an HDR/Brachy Therapy Vault and a nuclear radiology imaging unit. Also included will be PET CT, CT and MRI facilities. The center will also feature 25 universal beds for inpatient and ICU access.
The project architect is PSA-Dewberry of Tulsa, Okla., and the owner’s representative is Stonebridge Group, also of Tulsa.