Southwest Healthcare Inland Valley Hospital expansion completed, California

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The Southwest Healthcare Inland Valley Hospital expansion project in Wildomar, California, was recently finished by DPR Construction.

To service Riverside County’s rising population, the new seven story, 290,000 square foot patient tower will house 102 beds. The site will be outfitted with cutting edge clinical tools for minimally invasive surgeries and innovative treatments. Additionally, it will have energy efficient LED lighting and solar panels.

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“The completion of the new tower brings us one step closer to our goal of providing cutting edge care to more patients,” said Southwest Healthcare CEO Jared Giles. “It’s inspiring to consider how this structure will affect local families for years to come.” Further, this will be a centre of healing and wonders for the community.”

The current healthcare site has remained fully functioning throughout development as the sole recognised Trauma Centre in Southwest Riverside County. Furthermore, more than 600 local employees from various trades have put in 173,200 hours to get the project this far.

“As a resident of Inland Valley, I am honoured to be celebrating this major mile stone with our skilled trade workers,” said Superintendent Bob Gorham. ” Moreover, we’ve worked closely with the Southwest Healthcare team to minimise disruption and maintain the patient experience.”

The design architect behind the Southwest Healthcare Inland Valley Hospital expansion

The design architect is HOK. SPW Concrete & Plasterboard, Schuff Steel, DBC, UMEC, Murray Co., Berg Electric, BAPCO, McIntyre, Neville Group, and Woodbridge are among the project’s major trade partners.

DPR Construction is a Redwood City, California-based commercial general contractor and construction management organisation. Furthermore, the employee owned, privately held firm has 30 locations across the United States and specialises in technically challenging and sustainable projects for the advanced technology/mission critical, life sciences, health care, higher education, and commercial office industries.

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