The award-winning design-build healthcare project is now eligible for the DBIA’s 2022 National Award of Excellence in Healthcare Facilities.
McLaren Greater Lansing, a 240-bed, nine-story hospital that officially opened for patients earlier this year, has earned a National Award of Merit in Healthcare Facilities from the Design-Build Institute of America.
The Barton Malow-Christman joint venture broke ground on the development in December 2018. Features of the award-winning design-build healthcare project include a cancer institute, level 3 verified trauma center, certified primary stroke center, 17 operating rooms with one hybrid operating room and four heart catheterization labs, and an outpatient care center that houses an endoscopy center, heart vascular institute, and breast imaging center.
“From day one, our design-build teams worked together with our clinicians to build a hospital that is not only beautiful but provides the best experience for our patients and visitors,” Kirk Ray, President and CEO of McLaren Greater Lansing, said in a release. “We are thankful for this recognition and look forward to providing our community with quality health care services they need to get care close to home.”
The DBIA National Project/Team awards are annually given to projects that exemplify design-build principles. McLaren Greater Lansing is now eligible for a National Award of Excellence in Healthcare Facilities, which the DBIA will announce in November.