FORT MYERS, Fla.– Stevens Construction has started construction of a complex, multi-phase revitalization of Florida Hospital Tampa, announced Mark Stevens, company president.
The master project includes both interior and exterior updates to the building. Exterior updates include 202,732 square feet of updated exterior vertical wall surface, the addition of over 30,000 square feet of impact-rated glass windows on the south, main and north towers and unique up-lighting features to illuminate the hospital exterior. The main tower will also undergo a new canopy entry and roof replacement renovations.
The interior renovation of 355 patient rooms will include new flooring and painting.
Construction will occur in multiple phases. Florida Hospital Tampa will remain operational throughout the entire project allowing the hospital to continue to serve patients. The project is slated for completion in summer of 2014.
Stevens Construction has completed more than twenty projects for Florida Hospital at numerous campuses, including a 40,351-square-foot, medical office and surgical center and a 50,000-square-foot, 36-bed expansion, both located at Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center in Sebring. The Florida Hospital Tampa renovation will be the company’s largest project to date.
The Stevens Construction team includes Bill Roach as project manager, Mike Garland as superintendent and Terri Sobeck as project administrator. HuntonBrady Architects designed the project.
Posted October 18, 2012