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Riley Construction To Lead Surgery, Parking Additions at MRMC

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Riley Construction was recently selected to provide preconstruction and construction management services for the three-story, 23,000-sq-ft new surgical addition and remodel for the Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Midwestern Regional Medical Center in Zion, Ill.

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In this new facility, primary surgical function is located on the second floor, which features four operating rooms (convertible to five) and a sterile core.

It also includes a Post Anesthesia Care Unit (four recovery bays and one isolation room), Same Day Surgery (seven recovery rooms and one patient holding room), a Central Sterile Processing Department, staff support (male and female locker rooms), administrative support (offices and a conference room), and public/family support (family waiting and consult rooms).

The first floor will be shell space for future development and the third floor will be a mechanical penthouse. HDR Architects’ Chicago office is leading the design with the project slated for completion in fall 2011.

Riley Construction is also delivering a new five-level, 500-space parking structure on the MRMC campus. The project will enhance campus parking capacity while freeing up land for future development.

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