Joint Venture Tops Out Acute Care Hospital Wing Expansion

The topping out of Orohealth’s new hospital tower, located in Oroville, California, was recently celebrated. The project team includes joint-venture partners Sundt Construction, Inc. and Modern Building, Inc., with CannonDesign serving as architect of record.

The 159,751-square-foot expansion will add a five-story wing to the existing hospital and connect at the first and second floors. The acute care hospital wing will expand the existing 132-bed facility to a total of 228 beds. The project consists of an ambulatory care center on the first floor, women’s and infant center including labor, delivery and recovery on the second floor, a third-floor ICU and two floors consisting of 70 new medical/surgery beds.

As work continues during these unprecedented times, the project team remains committed to the health and safety of its people and our communities. The social distancing, hygiene and sanitation protocols being practiced on the jobsite continue to align with recommendations from the CDC and other public health officials.

Photo courtesy of Sundt Construction.



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Posted May 12, 2020

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