This project consisted of a 41,790-sq.-ft., three-story outpatient services building on a 4.44-acre site. The Sonoran Health and Emergency Center is a shell and core structure with first floor tenant improvements consisting of an emergency department and outpatient imaging center. This state-of-the-art imaging center includes CT scans, MRI and low-dose 3D mammography (the first in Arizona). The project was built to accommodate additional future medical office leasable space on the second and third floors. While working on the project, DPR's team worked 44,000 man-hours without any reportable safety incidents. This project was the first phase on a new campus for John C Lincoln that was slated to eventually have a new community based hospital and additional medical office buildings.