Neenan lands $30 million Oregon hospital project

The Fort Collins-based Neenan Company has won a national competition to design and build a critical access hospital in Prineville, Oregon. The $30 million project is part of the St. Charles Health System. Construction on the 62,000 square-foot project is expected to begin in December.

“We are really excited to help another rural community,´ said Mackenzie Daley, marketing manager for Neenan. “This is an affirmation of the great work we do for these rural communities.”

The project includes a specialty care physician clinic and a primary care medical home. It will also include surgical suites, inpatient beds, physical therapy, a pharmacy and an emergency department among other things.

Winning this design-build project gives Neenan its 17th critical access hospital in the United States. The $30 million price tag makes this the largest design-build hospital project Neenan has worked on.
Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly described the type of beds in the facility. They are “inpatient” beds, not “impatient.”


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