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One of the largest capital improvement projects in the state, the 476,555-square-foot hospital expansion provided six new floors of clinical space, including 454 new patient beds.
Contractors relied on Summit for the entire electrical switchgear package for this $233.8 million, three-year construction project (2004-2007).
This $98 million project, completed in October 2007, is a 64-bed community hospital that provides both inpatient and outpatient care, including surgeries, a full range of diagnostic imaging services and intensive care. Summit provided all electrical switchgear for the three-story, 229,600-square-foot facility.
This $91 million, 214-bed nonprofit community hospital offers surgery, medical imaging, heart care, emergency services and comprehensive women and infants services.
The 452,238-square-foot hospital, set on a 50-acre site, was built deliberately modular to allow for fast expansion to ultimately have 600 beds. Circulation and utilities are arranged along an interconnecting spine, where modular pieces can be added without moving the physical plant, the medical office buildings, or the lobby.
Summit provided all of the quality electrical switchgear required for this technologically advanced facility.