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Barton Malow Expands Evansville Healthcare Construction Management Portfolio with State-Of-The-Art Deaconess GI Specialty Center Project

Evansville Healthcare Construction

On Tuesday, April 26, Barton Malow team members stood alongside Deaconess Health Systems CEO Shawn McCoy and President Lynn Lingafelter to cut the ribbon on the Deaconess GI Specialty Center in Evansville, Indiana.

“This center has been designed with the priority of adding to the patient experience,” Lingafelter said in an interview with Evansville’s 44 News. “By bringing all aspects of GI care into one building, our GI experts will be able to work together, seamlessly and in real-time, in a state-of-the-art facility to offer the highest standards of care.”

The three-story, 147,000-SF Center is a hub for patients to receive care from experts in the gastrointestinal field. It includes a comprehensive endoscopy center with nine procedure rooms and 48 preparation and recovery spaces and provides room for procedural and office expansion for future patient care needs. Deaconess began patient treatment on Friday, May 6.

Evansville Healthcare Construction

Barton Malow and Deaconess Health Systems have been working together for the past seven years, and the relationship has played a major role in Barton Malow’s business model in this region. Other notable projects that Barton Malow has worked on for Deaconess in Evansville include Deaconess Gateway Orthopedic + Neuroscience Hospital, renovations at Deaconess Midtown Hospital, and Deaconess Clinic-Downtown.

Barton Malow has completed over $3 billion worth of healthcare projects over the last 10 years, from new construction to renovations on occupied campuses.

Barton Malow’s proficiency in healthcare construction relies on incorporating Lean principles into each project it takes on and collaborating with the design team from the onset of the project to maximize value. Barton Malow runs a particularly smooth healthcare operation, deploying prefabricated elements to streamline value and level trade manpower. The enterprise’s application of virtual design + construction enhances visualization and increases efficient planning and execution.