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Intermountain Healthcare Park City Hospital Outpatient Expansion


Since it opened in 2009, Park City Hospital (formerly Park City Medical Center) has provided medical services to those living in Summit and Wasatch Counties. In 2014, Intermountain Healthcare announced that it would expand its patient services with the construction of the Outpatient Expansion and Med/Surgical Build-out on the Park City Hospital Campus.

The 82,000 square foot Outpatient Expansion provided additional clinic, administrative and physician spaces as well as “shelled space” for future growth of the hospital. The facility also boasts a Sleep Center and 500-seat Education Center that serves as a venue for community and patient engagement. The Park City Hospital expansion also features the LiVe Well Center, which focuses on improving the health and wellness of every individual through healthy living and also focuses on helping athletes perform at their best with sports medicine specialists and sports performance labs.

PROJECT SIZE

89,560 sq ft

PROJECT LOCATION

Park City, Utah

PROJECT DURATION

27 Months

Expansion & Build-out

The project also features a build-out of approximately 4,000 square feet of existing space on Level 3 of the hospital for a new med/surgical department which added 8 new patient rooms.

During construction to the Outpatient Expansion and Med/Surgical Build-out, Big-D worked with the hospital to ensure construction would not interrupt patient care. In addition to interior hospital upgrades including operating rooms, procedure center, orthopedic unit, and physical therapy clinic, Big-D crews conducted site work including parking reconfiguration and landscaping.

AWARDS

  • Excellence in Masonry, Honor – Commercial, Utah Masonry Council | 2017
  • Award of Merit, Health Care, ENR Mountain States | 2017
  • AGC Utah Healthcare Project of the Year, 2016

Green Building

The facility achieved LEED Gold certification through the US Green Building Council for sustainability efforts during design and construction. Throughout construction, crews were able to recycle 86% of all construction waste. Design and construction features include 270 solar panels which, at its peak, each panel can generate 320 watts of power.