CHESTERFIELD, Mo. – McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. has completed construction of a new five-story, 106,000-square-foot outpatient services building on the west campus of St. Luke’s Hospital in Chesterfield, Missouri.
The new $40-million St. Luke’s Outpatient Center Building B adjoins St. Luke’s Mr. and Mrs. Theodore P. Desloge, Jr. Outpatient Center. The structure provides additional space for new physician offices, as well as the expansion of St. Luke’s physical therapy and cardiac rehabilitation services. Other St. Luke’s services that have relocated to the building include EEG/EMG, the nutrition wellness and diabetes center, the anticoagulation clinic and wound care and hyperbaric medicine.
To emphasize safety, team communication and overall efficiency throughout construction, McCarthy and its subcontractor partners used iPads and advanced construction software, including BIM 360, NoteVault and Bluebeam applications.
The new building, which is being reviewed for LEED certification, integrates sustainability through the use of healthy, regional materials; bioretention basins to slow and treat onsite stormwater runoff and the generation of minimal construction waste.
BSA LifeStructures Inc. designed the building.
Photo courtesy of Sam Fentress and McCarthy Building Companies.