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Health care facilities have needed to expand to keep up with the county’s boom in population, and the area has seen a number of large and small health care-related building projects.
Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital opened a new 155,000-square-foot facility near the intersection of the Grand Parkway and Hwy. 59 in September. The six-story tower cost $93 million, and the project includes renovations to the existing campus.
Houston Methodist selected Vaughn Construction as the construction manager-at-risk for its $66 million South Tower expansion and renovation project at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital. The project includes plans to build a three-story tower that will add 81,800 square feet, and will house a breast center, cesarean section rooms, a neonatal intensive care unit, nurseries, and a gynecology unit. The hospital is also renovating nearly 60,000 square feet inside of its Sweetwater Pavilion. Construction is expected to be completed by June 2018.
This story is one update from The January Issue. View the full list of 8 things to look for in 2017 here.