VIERA, Fla., March 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Bovis Lend Lease has completed Viera Hospital in Viera, FL, its third project with Health First; the 250,000 square foot, five story, 100-bed hospital contains 84 private, inpatient rooms and 16 private, observation beds. The hospital, set to open April 2011 features a 24-hour emergency department, inpatient diagnostic and laboratory services, and two-way audio/video in all intensive care unit rooms.
A two-story foyer opens to the main concourse leading into dining services, the gift shop and patient tower elevators. In addition to its main entrance, the hospital has an emergency walk-in entrance, emergency ambulance entrance and service entrance. A stand-alone central energy plant is located south of the main hospital facility.
Bovis Lend Lease also completed a 155,235 square foot, three-story addition to Palm Bay Community Hospital in Palm Bay, FL and a major expansion program consisting of a new emergency/trauma center, a new heart center, the first in Brevard County, and the renovation/expansion of the central utility plant for Holmes Regional Medical Center in Melbourne, FL for Health First.
In Florida, Bovis Lend Lease has completed over 170 healthcare assignments totaling over $1.8 billion. Nationally, Bovis Lend Lease has provided healthcare services for 1400+ projects valued at $14 billion.
Lend Lease is a leading international property and infrastructure group. Listed on the Australian Stock Exchange, Lend Lease has a significant presence in the Americas, Australia, Asia and Europe.
In the US, Lend Lease offers over 90 years of experience in the project management and construction industry. In the past decade alone, the firm has provided construction services on over 2,500 projects for 1,100 clients nationwide through its legacy Bovis Lend Lease business. The company provides a full range of construction services including construction management, general contracting, program management, project management, design/build and consulting services.
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