HCA – Aventura Hospital and Medical Center Expansion – Florida - Project Profile
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HCA East Florida (HCA), a division of Hospital Corporation of America is planning to expand its hospital in Aventura, Florida, the US.
The project involves the construction of a three-story new patient tower comprising 407-bed facility on 8073m2 area. It includes the construction of 60 patient rooms, intensive care units, waiting rooms and a lounge. 120 car parking space and additional 506 parking space and related facilities, and the 1411m2 expansion of an emergency department with 22 new rooms.
In July 2016, HCA unveiled the project plans.
DeAngelis Diamond Healthcare Group is appointed as a construction contract for the project.
Construction activities on the expansion of an emergency department were completed.
Earl Swensson Associates has been appointed as design architect for patient tower and R.R. Simmons for parking space.
HCA is seeking approvals for construction of patient rooms and other facilities.
The project involves the construction of a three-story new patient tower in Aventura, Florida, the US.
The US$100 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 60 patient rooms
2. Construction of intensive care units
3. Construction of 606 parking garage
4. Construction of waiting rooms
5. Construction of a lounge
6. Expansion of an emergency department with 22 new rooms