The St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital Project was a 38,000 square foot surgery expansion combining two existing surgery entities into one state‐of‐the‐art surgery center with today’s latest technology and equipment. This project was challenged by an extremely restrictive site and the required relocation of a 60-inch combination sewer located 20 feet below grade within the footprint of the building expansion.
Four-story multi-phase interior renovation of a 119,000 SF facility includes new lobby, postpartum suites, labor and delivery rooms and neonatal intensive care rooms. Current.
This project combined two existing surgery entities into one 38,000 SF state-of-the-art center with the latest technology. Required relocation of 60-inch combination sewer line within the footprint of the building expansion. Completed 2014.
This LEED Certified, 140,000 SF facility at Marian University houses lecture halls, classrooms, offices and laboratory space for the College of Osteopathic Medicine and School of Nursing. Completed 2013.
Construction of a 300,000 SF 44-bed acute care hospital, sleep center and medical office building in Fishers. Completed 2011.