Since Jan. 1, 13 healthcare facilities and health systems announced, finished or advanced growth and renovation jobs with cost tags of $1 billion or more.
Alia Paavola –
Thursday, August 13th, 2020
1. Indiana University Health plans to build a $1.6 billion health center in downtown Indianapolis, the company revealed Aug. 5..
2. Cleveland-based MetroHealth complemented its new hospital tower Aug. 3. The tower, which will sit on a 52-acre campus, becomes part of a $1 billion campus change plan.
3. UC San Francisco plans to build by 2030 a $1.5 billion replacement health center on its Parnassus Heights school. The health center on July 7 chose the designers for the hospital..
4. Ohio State Universitys Wexner Medical Center has stopped briefly some capital jobs in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic however remains committed to constructing its $2 billion inpatient tower..
5. Duarte, Calif.-based City of Hope purchased a 190,000-square-foot structure and 11 acres of land as part of a $1 billion investment in a brand-new healthcare facility and cancer proving ground in Irvine, Calif..
6. Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia is preparing to construct a 22-story client tower. The tower is expected to open in 2027 at a cost of $1.9 billion.
7. UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, Calif., prepares to invest $1.9 billion in expansion and renovation jobs over the next 10 years. Some of the largest projects in the 10-year development strategy consist of a 1.15-million-square-foot addition for a satellite campus in Sacramento, a 800,000-square-foot healthcare facility tower and a 57,000-square-foot ambulatory surgical treatment center..
8. A state preparation council approved in February Mount Sinai Health Systems plan to invest $1 billion in center upgrades and growths in downtown New York City.
9. Medford, Ore.-based Asante Health System prepares to invest $1 billion in network restoration and building and construction projects.
10. A planning group for Seattle-based Harborview Medical Center suggested $1.74 billion in upgrades for the healthcare facility. Area homeowners are slated to vote on the proposed measure in November.
11. Louisville, Ky.-based Baptist Healthcare System plans to invest about $1 billion on growths and upgrades to create the next-generation health care system.
12. Mass General Brigham in Boston, previously Partners HealthCare, announced during the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco in January that it plans to invest $6.1 billion on capital jobs to expand into New England and abroad in the next five years. Mass General Health stated May 15 that management will cut its scheduled capital expenses by about 50 percent in 2020, a decrease of about $550 million in spending..
13. Brooklyn (N.Y.) Hospital Center is preparing to invest $ 1.2 billion to redevelop its main campus in Brooklyn.
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UC San Francisco prepares to construct by 2030 a $1.5 billion replacement hospital on its Parnassus Heights school. UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, Calif., plans to invest $1.9 billion in expansion and restoration jobs over the next 10 years. A planning group for Seattle-based Harborview Medical Center suggested $1.74 billion in upgrades for the hospital. Mass General Brigham in Boston, previously Partners HealthCare, revealed during the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco in January that it plans to spend $6.1 billion on capital tasks to expand into New England and abroad in the next five years.
The tower, which will sit on a 52-acre school, is part of a $1 billion campus transformation plan.
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