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Project Intermountain Healthcare Sevier Valley Hospital Emergency Department & Labor and Delivery Expansion

Project Size

9,300 sq ft

Project Dates

10 months

Project Location

Richmond, Utah

Project Description

Intermountain Healthcare’s Sevier Valley Hospital serves the populations of three Utah rural counties: Sevier, Wayne, and Paiute. Intermountain Healthcare recognized the growing need of the health services provided by the medical facility and moved forward with plans to remodel and expand the hospital. Big-D Construction was hired to complete the first phase of the expansion. That phase included a new 45,226 square foot addition that currently houses medical offices, administrations offices, and outpatient services.

The second phase included an addition and refurbishment of the hospital’s emergency room, a parking area, an accessory building, and a Women’s Center. The accessory building is a stand-alone building for the facility maintenance crew. The building features a two-bay garage and storage and office space. The building is approximately 2,100 square feet.

Big-D crews constructed the Emergency Department and Women’s Center simultaneously. Once complete, the emergency room will have four treatment rooms, three observation rooms, two trauma rooms, and a decontamination facility. The Women’s Center features new labor and delivery rooms and each room has a jetted tub. Crews also constructed a new waiting room and medical offices in the Women’s Center. Each department is approximately 3,600 square feet.

Big-D added additional parking just north of the Sevier Valley Hospital. The new parking area features 64 parking stalls for patients and visitors.