Goshen Health Patient Tower Completed

Principle construction is complete on the new patient tower at Goshen Hospital, located in Indiana. The 110,000-square-foot space provides the opportunity to move from semi-private patient rooms to private. The tower consists of 78 new patient rooms (a portion shelled for future expansion), while subsequent renovations will create an additional 14 private med/surg beds, in addition to the hospital’s existing PCU, ICU and OB units.

The expansion also includes a new cafeteria, coffee shop, café, meeting rooms, administrative offices, medical staff department and outpatient counseling centers, as well as outdoor dining options. In addition, the rooftop has been designed to allow for a future helipad. Make-ready projects for the tower expansion included the design and construction of a new energy center, as well as a new loading dock, morgue and exit stair towers.

Bona Vita Architecture, Inc. provided the architecture, interior design and equipment planning. Henderson Engineering, Inc. provided MEP engineering. Engineering Resources provided civil and structural engineering and The Hagerman Group served as the construction manager.

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Posted May 11, 2022

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