HSC’s Healthcare Expertise
Healthcare executives look for knowledgeable partners for the delivery of their facility needs. They need a construction team who understands the impact of a completed project on their strategic business goals. Some of those goals may be to relieve waiting time in the Emergency Department; to provide for the most sophisticated new medical equipment, procedures, and research; or simply to create the most stress-free environments for patients, families, and staff. Therefore, the owners need a construction management firm that understands how each environment impacts the quality of healthcare delivery.
HSC Builders and Construction Managers executes healthcare projects both simple and complex, on campus and off, from site preparation and infrastructure to renovations and major expansions. HSC minimizes operational disruption while maintaining sterility and patient & staff safety as a priority, all carefully addressed in the preplanning phase of every endeavor. Early visioning sessions with all stakeholders identify specific needs and potential conflicts which are analyzed and reconciled before construction ever begins.
HSC has a portfolio spanning three decades of successful healthcare projects for regional hospitals, health systems, and academic medical centers. Projects range from Emergency Departments to Diagnostic Suites, from ORs to Med/Surg Floors, and from on-campus parking garages to off-campus medical office/ambulatory care buildings. No matter the size of the project, our commitment to the highest level of client support and professional service remains the same.
The Cooper University Hospital 8th & 9th Floor Med/Surg project of the Roberts Pavilion expands the facility to 60 new patient rooms. Features include Corian wall protection,
The Cooper University Hospital Voorhees Outpatient Facility project entailed renovation of diagnostic and radiation oncology spaces including new linear accelerator vault, new PET/CT
The new CTCA 3-story ICU expansion features 40,000sf with deep-pile foundations, a new 8-bed ICU and complete renovation of the existing ICU. The project duration moved quickly in 9