Saint Joseph Hospital Achieves Project Savings with Modular Construction

Published 12-23-2014

The $623 million Saint Joseph Hospital opened in Denver in December of 2014. The 831,000-sf facility was built by Mortenson Construction using modular construction methodology, resulting in a savings of 72 work days and $4.3 million, according to a University of Colorado Boulder study. The 400-bed facility features entirely private inpatient rooms, advanced diagnostic imaging suites, and spacious operating rooms. The hospital is owned by SCL Health and jointly operated with National Jewish Health. The duration of construction was two years.

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