Skanska to build hospital in Michigan for USD 56 M, SEK 340 M
Skanska has been awarded the construction management and design-build contract for the William Beaumont Hospital project in Troy, Michigan. The contract amount for Skanska is USD 56 M, SEK 340 M, and will be included in order bookings for the third quarter. The customer is William Beaumont Hospital.
The project is executed in a joint venture with Barton Malow, where Skanska’s stake is 51 percent. It broke ground in June 2007 and is scheduled for completion in October 2010. Earlier work has already been included in Skanska’s order bookings.
The multi-phased project comprises 51,800 square meters, including a 20,700 square meter emergency center and critical care tower. It also includes a three-story ambulatory care center, a vertical expansion of the West Tower, loading dock and powerhouse expansion, a 500 square meter addition, and a connector bridge linking the existing main campus to the new ambulatory center on the hospital’s east campus.
Skanska USA Building is a leading U.S. provider of construction, general contracting, design and design-build services. The company also provides pharmaceutical validation services to clients. Customers represent a broad spectrum of American industries, including the pharmaceutical, healthcare, educational, electronics, infrastructure, sports and entertainment industries. The company is based in Parsippany, New Jersey and has approximately 4,000 employees. Revenues totaled approximately SEK 27 billion in 2007.
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Tom Crane, Senior Vice President Communication,
Skanska USA Building, tel +1 973 753 3450
Peter Gimbe, Press Officer, Skanska AB, tel +46 8 753 88 38.
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