Swedish Issaquah Medical Campus Project Issaquah, Washington

The Swedish Issaquah Medical Campus project represents the largest hospital project in Seattle in more than 30 years. An integrated project delivery method was used to support the project, resulting in completion one year under schedule which translated to savings of millions of dollars in construction overhead.

An Efficient Construction Process and Sustainable Design, Saving Cost and Energy

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. The Otak owner’s representative team led project delivery to maximize efficiency in the completion and future operations of the prominent healthcare facility.

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Shawn Klinkner

Senior Project Manager