Swedish Issaquah Medical Campus Project
The Swedish Issaquah Medical Campus project, completed ahead of schedule, was the largest hospital project in Seattle in 30 years. DAY CPM, a division of Otak, used the integrated project delivery method to support the project, completing it one year under schedule and resulting in a savings of millions of dollars in construction overhead. The full-service, 630,000-square-foot campus is home to a five-story hospital supporting several primary and specialty care clinics. It also houses a full-service emergency department, the Swedish Cancer Institute facility, a pharmacy, a laboratory, and an imaging center. The 175-inpatient bed facility also includes a mini shopping area with eight retail stores, a Starbucks, and a full-service restaurant and cafeteria. In addition to providing full project management services, we secured medical equipment as well as furniture, fixtures, and equipment; coordinated IT systems procurement; managed budgets; and estimated costs.
In 2013, Swedish Medical Center was named the most energy-efficient hospital in the United States, using 43 percent less energy than a typical hospital. A courtyard garden, five-story atrium, and green roofs showcase the hospital’s innovative and sustainable design features.
Client: Swedish Hospital
Date Completed: 2011
Project Manager: Thomas Nielsen, Mike Day
Type: Comprehensive project management