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2. Silver Cross Hospital, New Replacement Hospital, New Lenox, Ill.

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Cost: $270 million

Silver Cross Hospitalís new replacement hospital is located minutes from the existing campus and supports the hospitalís mission of quality services and healthcare for the growing community.

Silver Cross Hospital, New Replacement Hospital, New Lenox, Ill.
Photo: Courtesy Of Rtkl Associates Inc.
Silver Cross Hospital, New Replacement Hospital, New Lenox, Ill.
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The all private and family-friendly 289-bed hospital features 184 med-surgery, 16 pediatric, 30 OB, 22 ICU, 20 behavioral health and 17 rehab beds.

The 600,000-sq-ft facility includes 11 surgical suites and an Emergency Department with 39 private treatment rooms and one CT Scanner.

The Imaging Department has two CT scanners and two MRIís. Connected to the hospital is a medical services building.

Key Facts

Start/Completion: January 2009/November 2011

Owner: Silver Cross Hospital, Joliet, Ill.

General Contractor: M.A. Mortensen, Elk Grove Village, Ill.

Architect: RTKL Associates Inc., Chicago

Civil Engineer: Rogina & Associates, Joliet, Ill.

Structural Engineer: GRAEF, Chicago

MEP Engineer: KJWW Engineering Consultants, Rock Island, Ill.

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