South Bay Hospital Breaks Ground on $30M New Patient Tower, Renovations

SUN CITY CENTER, Fla. — South Bay Hospital will begin a major expansion and renovation project that will include a 30,900-square-foot new patient tower and the renovation and refurbishing of public areas and existing patient care units. The groundbreaking ceremony for the project was held on Thursday, June 4, at the construction site in front of the hospital.

The new patient tower will feature all private rooms and include a 14-bed progressive care service and 12 additional intensive care beds on the second floor. It will increase the hospital’s bed total to 138 and has been designed to accommodate future expansion of two floors for an additional 48 beds.

The renovation and refurbishing components include a new hospital entrance, enhanced main lobby and gift shop, dining expansion, new education classrooms and a chapel. Patient care units will be renovated to reflect the new tower design elements.

Pending permits, construction is scheduled to begin in June and complete in August 2016.

Project Team
Architect: TMPartners, PLLC
General Contractor: Charles Perry Partners, Inc.
Structural Engineers: Stanley D. Lindsey and Associates, Inc.
MEP Engineers: I. C. Thomasson Associates, Inc.
Civil Engineers: Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., and HCA Design and Construction

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Posted June 18, 2015

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