Orange Regional Medical Center consolidated their two hospital campuses on a new single site with this $317 million project, creating the premier health care facility for Orange County and beyond. The new hospital consists of a seven floor, 374-bed facility spread throughout 610,000 square feet. The site is bordered on two sides by Interstate 84 and Route 17 (future Interstate 86). Orange Regional Medical Center engaged the Hospital Building and Equipment Company (HBE) based in St. Louis, Missouri as the design firm. The commencement date for building construction was April 2008 and construction was completed in June 2011. The new facility became the largest medical center between the Tappan Zee Bridge and Albany upon completed, and reduced the need for patients to seek treatment outside the region.
In 2015, Orange Regional Medical Center began construction of a new 153,000 square foot, five-story physician office building and a 26,000 square foot, single-story cancer center at the hospital’s main campus. The $99 million project was built to help relocate many outpatient services that were previously provided at off-site facilities onto the main hospital campus, improving total quality of care.
Advance Testing provided inspection and testing services during construction of both projects, with services provided including concrete, masonry, reinforcing steel, structural steel/welding, fireproofing, firestopping, roofing and asphalt.
Client: Orange Regional Medical Center c/o Jones Lang LaSalle