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Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital Campus Expansion & Renovation

Shenandoah, Texas

The Memorial Hermann Woodlands Hospital Campus Expansion project includes a new seven-story tower, surgery and perioperative services expansion, central sterile supply expansion/relocation and four floors of shell space. The development includes 237,599 square feet of new construction and 46,110 square feet of renovation on the first and second levels of the existing hospital. The expansion project adds eight new operating rooms and associated surgical support areas as well as patient pre and post operation recovery rooms. Modifications to the central plant include new construction of 2,527 square feet and renovation of 2,283 square feet. Site work, includes new underground utilities, modifications to the surface parking and driveways, and modifications to the existing parking garage. The project is divided into four phases. Preliminary work for the new bed tower includes demolition of the existing MRI building and relocation of ambulatory drop off and life flight helipad. Phase one includes the construction of the new bed tower, installation of new mechanical equipment, expansion of the central plant and materials management overbuild and the south lobby expansion. Phase two includes the renovation of eight existing operating rooms and demolition and renovation of associated surgery support areas and patient preparation and recovery rooms. Phase three includes the demolition of two existing operating rooms and renovation of space into patient pre and post operation support and recovery areas.


Project by: Manhattan Construction