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St. Louis, MO, United States, 2014/03/19 - Capital Region Medical Center (CRMC), an affiliate of the University of Missouri Healthcare System, has selected a joint venture team of McCarthy and Sircal Contracting, Inc. for a $37 million expansion project - CRMC.org / McCarthy150.com.
The 120,000-square-foot project, which recently broke ground in Jefferson City, Mo., will include a new medical office building, new main entry and hospital connector, renovation to the existing outpatient entry and a new covered parking structure.
“Capital Region Medical Center and Capital Region Physicians seek to enhance patient care, with a focus on outpatient services and the patient experience,” said Ed Farnsworth, president, CRMC. “Advancing the way in which care is delivered requires state-of-the-art facilities designed to provide patients with a healing environment. We believe this expansion will be a perfect complement to CRMC’s expansive clinic system.”
An important factor in Capital Region’s choice of the Sircal/McCarthy team was the importance of local involvement and their commitment to use as many local subcontractors as possible on this project, said McCarthy Business Development Director Dan Cates. “Although McCarthy is a nationally recognized healthcare builder, the company often partners with local contractors and is committed to hiring local when possible. An example is our recent Good Samaritan Regional Health Center project in Mount Vernon, Ill. Eighty-five percent of subcontracted work on that project was from within a 100-mile radius of Mount Vernon,” said Cates. McCarthy has also successfully partnered with Sircal on previous projects in central Missouri. Completion of the project is expected in late spring 2015.
Designed by Simon Oswald Associates (SOA), the innovative concept is based on a philosophy of patient-centered care. In addition to physician offices, the facility will include therapies, pharmacy, radiology and a breast center.
“The medical center expansion will serve the local community with better access to health care, job growth, economic development and neighborhood improvement,” said Jack Pletz, chair, board of Directors. “It would not be possible without the collective efforts of many people our local government, our generous donors, members of the CRMC family and our surrounding communities.”
Headquartered in St. Louis, and founded in 1864, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. is one of the America’s premier builders. McCarthy has constructed more than 800 significant healthcare facilities and renovated thousands more while consistently appearing on Modern Healthcare’s list of leading healthcare building companies. For 150 years, McCarthy has been building communities across America, both by constructing essential projects communities rely on, as well as by helping those who need assistance. Knowing how to build from preconstruction through completion is a tradition that will continue as McCarthy endeavors to advance the value of its expertise and deliver the highest quality, job-site safety and ultimately, the best final project costs. Repeatedly honored as a Best Place to Work and Healthiest Employer, McCarthy has approximately 1,600 salaried employees with offices in St. Louis, Atlanta; Collinsville, Ill.; Portage, Ind.; Kansas City, Kan.; Phoenix; Las Vegas; Dallas, Houston; Albuquerque; and San Diego, Newport Beach, San Francisco and Sacramento, Calif. McCarthy is 100 percent employee owned. More information about the company’s history is available online at mccarthy150.com/.
About Capital Region Medical Center
Capital Region (crmc.org) is a 114-bed facility offering a continuum of care from prenatal and maternity services to a home health services. It also offers one of the few accredited rehabilitation centers in the state, and advanced cardiac and oncology services. In addition to being a full-service hospital, Capital Region Medical Center operates an extensive clinic system from urgent care centers to specialty physician practices. Throughout the history of Capital Region Medical Center, the mission has stayed the same To improve the health and promote wellness of the people and communities we serve.