Construction began on the 140,000-square- foot Medical Arts Pavilion on the campus of Princeton HealthCare system's new $442 million University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro. The medical center will replace the University Medical Center at Princeton. The project is owned by Partners Health Trust Inc., a joint venture of Trammell Crow Co., a public pension fund advised by Bentall Kennedy, and physician tenants.
The Jupiter Medical Center will build the Florence A. De George Pavilion, a $44.2 million, 75,000-square-foot addition, and renovate more than 50,000 square feet of the hospital in several departments on multiple floors. The Haskell Co. was awarded the design-build project.
University Health System, San Antonio, broke ground on an $899.4 million capital improvement program that includes a 10-story trauma tower, new emergency center and operating rooms, additional patient rooms, and resizing of the diagnostics and treatment areas. The hospital will upgrade to a 713-bed facility within a 2-million-square-foot area. The Broaddus + Munoz project management team is composed of Broaddus & Associates from Austin, and Kell Muñoz Architects from San Antonio.
Mercy broke ground on an $88 million, 200,000-square-foot health facility in Edmond that will serve as a prototype for the healthcare system across a four-state region. The new building will include a walk-in clinic, wellness center, outpatient surgery center, sports rehab, child care center for patients and more.