Who are the top healthcare General Contractors in the United States?
1.McCarthy Building Companies 2.Brasfield & Gorrie LLC 3.Turner Construction Company 4.Whiting-Turner Contracting Company 5.DPR Construction 6.JE Dunn Construction 7.Robins & Morton 8.Clark Construction Group 9.Vaughn Construction 10.Skanska USA Building, Inc.
Hospitals look a bit different these days.
Rather than the massive, all-in-one buildings of old, more specialized institutions are being constructed.
In order to meet patient demand there are more cardiovascular centers, oncology towers and children’s hospitals than ever before. And the firms doing the work have learned to adapt to new demands from healthcare architects.
Our rankings of these healthcare general contractors are based on the values of projects in planning and construction in our database at the time of publication.
These figures may fluctuate and the values represented in this list reflect a snapshot in time.
We’re going to be looking at ten of the top hospital general contractors in the United States and preview some of the projects that exemplify their work.
Where are the Top 10 Healthcare General Contractors Building?
1. McCarthy Building Companies
According to BuildCentral’s statistics, McCarthy Building Companies has $7.7 billion of hospital work in either planning or construction. They have more than 100 years of experience and have been recognized as the safest large construction company in the United States by the Associated General Contractors of America.
|Title||Texas Women’s and Children’s Hospital|
|Schedule||In the planning stage, and all work is expected to be completed in late 2023|
|Details||360,000 square feet
Emergency care and urgent care
Multiple operating rooms
Neonatal and pediatric intensive care
2. Brasfield & Gorrie LLC
According to BuildCentral’s statistics, Brasfield & Gorrie LLC has $3.7 billion of hospital work in either planning or construction. They’ve completed over 1,200 healthcare projects in the past decade and are constantly winning awards for their work.
|Title||Baptist Hospital Replacement|
|Schedule||In the planning stage and a construction schedule has not been finalized|
|Details||650,000 square feet
Expanded space for critical care
Clinical laboratories and surgical space
3. Turner Construction Company
According to BuildCentral’s statistics, Turner Construction Company has $3.4 billion of hospital work in either planning or construction. One of the largest general contractors on the planet, they have a worldwide healthcare-focused staff of over 1,000.
|Title||Maine Medical Center Expansion Phase III|
|Schedule||Work is expected to begin in summer 2020 and be completed in early 2023|
|Details||Six stories and 270,000 square feet
19 procedure rooms
4. Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
According to BuildCentral’s statistics, Whiting-Turner Contracting Company has just over $3 billion of hospital work in either planning or construction. In addition to their many healthcare projects, Whiting-Turner also focuses on academic buildings for medical universities.
|Title||Lehigh Valley Health Network Lower Nazareth Campus Phase I|
|Schedule||Work is ongoing and all construction should be completed in summer 2021|
63,000 square feet of medical offices
37,000-square-foot cancer institute
Operating suites and private patient rooms
5. DPR Construction
According to BuildCentral’s statistics, DPR Construction has $2.3 billion of hospital work in either planning or construction. They believe that the fundamentals drive their projects and are constantly focusing on experience, teamwork, communication and care.
|Title||Kaiser Permanente San Marcos Hospital|
|Location||San Marcos, California|
|Schedule||Work is expected to begin in summer 2020 and last for two years|
|Details||417,200 square feet
Labor and delivery facilities
Robotic surgery technology
6. JE Dunn Construction
According to BuildCentral’s statistics, JE Dunn Construction has $2.1 billion of hospital work in either planning or construction. Healthcare business accounts for approximately 35% of JE Dunn’s annual volume of work. With over 80 years of experience, it’s no surprise they’re on our list.
|Title||General Leonard Wood Community Hospital Replacement|
|Location||Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri|
|Schedule||Work is expected to begin in summer 2020 and be completed in late 2024|
|Details||235,376 square feet
Radiology and nuclear medicine areas
Labor, delivery and obstetrics units
7. Robins & Morton
According to BuildCentral’s statistics, Robins & Morton also has $2.1 billion of hospital work in either planning or construction. In 2019, Robins & Morton was ranked the number two general contractor by Modern Healthcare. They work on projects ranging from renovations to brand new patient towers like the one we’re going to look at.
|Title||Saint Anthony’s Patient Tower|
|Location||Saint Petersburg, Florida|
|Schedule||Work is underway and should be completed in early 2022|
|Details||Four stories and 143,000 square feet
Pre-admission testing for surgical patients
8. Clark Construction Group
According to BuildCentral’s statistics, Clark Construction Group also has $2.1 billion of hospital work in either planning or construction. They’ve constructed some of the most advanced health centers in America and have been a force in the construction industry for over 80 years.
|Title||Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Addition|
|Schedule||Work is underway and should be completed in early 2026|
|Details||Inpatient and outpatient care
Centralized womens’ health center
Wounded Warrior clinic
Occupational and physical therapy spaces
9. Vaughn Construction
According to BuildCentral’s statistics, Vaughn Construction has $1.9 billion of hospital work in either planning or construction. Specializing in projects in Texas, Vaughn Construction runs the gamut from the smallest projects to the largest. They’ve built towers in every major city and even construct education facilities for future healthcare professionals.
|Title||Houston Methodist Patient Tower|
|Location||The Woodlands, Texas|
|Schedule||Work is underway and all construction should be completed in early 2022|
|Details||10 operating rooms
Endoscopy center and imaging department
Emergency room and surgical areas
10. Skanska USA Building, Inc.
According to BuildCentral’s statistics, Skanska USA Building Inc has $1.5 billion of hospital work in either planning or construction. Skanska has built projects from one coast to the other and they always have a three-pronged approach. For patients, for outcomes and for efficiency.
|Title||Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Hospital|
|Schedule||Work will be starting soon and will likely be completed in early 2023|
Up to 66 exam rooms and 75 beds
Diagnostic center and laboratories
20 operating rooms
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