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  • June

  • Building Life-Ready Young People

  • New operating suites to bring advanced technology to surgery patients

  • Construction on $43 million SkySong 5 building to begin July 9

  • Clemson Trees Legacy Engrained in New Business Building

  • Charles Schwab unwraps $200M Northwest Austin campus with amphitheater, expansive views

  • Natural Progression: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford

  • May

  • Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business: Michele Leiva

  • HCA Northwest Medical Center Expansion Achieves Major Milestone

    An important milestone for citizens of Broward County was celebrated recently as DPR Construction placed the final beam on Northwest Medical Center’s vertical bed tower expansion adding 61 new patient beds to the existing facility.

    Northwest’s new bed tower is part of a $650-million major capital investment initiative that HCA East Florida, a division of Hospital Corporation of America, announced in July 2016. The investment includes new and expanded healthcare facilities across Miami Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and St. Lucie counties over the next three years.

    DPR Construction put in more than 66,162 man-hours to reach the topping-out milestone. The builder is also utilizing self-perform teams to execute several scopes of work, including drywall and interior framing, for improved safety, productivity and accuracy. Prefabricated exterior walls, headwalls, footwalls, bathroom stalls and piping conduit are being built offsite allowing the project to be delivered up to three months earlier than originally planned.

    The new, two-story tower will add 22 CCU beds, six NICU beds and 33 medical/surgical beds for a total of 289 beds. In addition to the Northwest Medical center expansion, DPR has also been awarded the JFK Medical Center expansion project in Atlantis, Florida, which broke ground in April.

    Thomas, Miller & Partners is the architect on the project. Northwest’s new bed tower is expected to be complete in the spring of 2019.

  • World-Leading Seqirus Flu Vax Factory in NC Makes History -- Again

  • Game, set, match: United States Tennis Association National Campus

  • Omni Houston Hotel to reopen after $30M renovation following flooding

  • April

  • Safety is key at PG&E facility in Winters

  • Meet the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area

  • Austin Implosion

  • Construction Underway at Inova Loudoun Hospital New Patient Tower

  • March

  • Duke Health Breaks Ground on New PT, Orthopaedic, Nursing Building

  • UT System building implodes to make way for mixed-use development

    Ashbel Smith Hall went down exactly as planned, DPR Construction Project Executive Andrea Weisheimer said... Crews demolished most of the interior of the building, removed much of the finishes and swept floors to minimize dust and debris from the implosion.

  • The benefits and nuances of integrated design

  • Lucile Packard’s expansion adds patient-centric design to childrens’ hospital (Video)

  • Why Phoenix Is A Budding Tech Hub

  • Best Higher Education/Research: Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building

  • February

  • Portman CEO: Anthem's new 21-story Atlanta IT center is about 'looking to the future'

  • Future of business education on display at UT-Austin's $186M Rowling Hall

  • University to break ground on new science building this fall

  • Work starts on mixed-use project in East Austin

  • January

  • Judges Pick Winners of ENR’s Best of the Best Projects Competition

    The Biogen LSM 3X Capacity Upgrades in Research Triangle Park, N.C. and Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building in Phoenix were selected for ENR’s Best of the Best Projects for 2017 list.

  • Uptown Dallas tower construction topped out with opening later this year

  • ENR's "2017 Year in Construction" Photo Contest Winners

  • Clemson breaks new ground for business education

  • Pleasanton 2018: Soaring to new highs

  • PHOTO TOUR: Shriners for Children Medical Center

  • Why this prominent Charlotte architecture firm is moving from longtime home in suburbs to uptown

  • Building with Care

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