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St. Francis Trauma Emergency Center (TEC) Expansion

MMC Contractors and our Tulsa-based Joint Venture partner McIntosh Services Inc. were selected to provide all preconstruction and construction services for the new 450,000 SF tower addition, and 50,000 SF renovations to the existing Saint Francis Hospital and Central Utility Plant in Tulsa, OK.

We performed BIM coordination through a local on-site BIM leader supported by our staff of BIM technicians. Early prefabrication of plumbing, medical gas, HVAC piping systems, and ductwork was completed in the fab shops of both MMC Contractors and McIntosh Services. This allowed the project to stay on course to achieve the aggressive construction schedule.

Designed with energy conservation in mind, the project is incorporating technology and systems to help in the conservation and efficient use energy. One example is the installation of radiant heating in floors shown above. The hospital is seeking LEED Silver accreditation once complete. The eight-story, 500,000-square-foot patient tower and Trauma Emergency Center (TEC) is located on the west side of the current facility. The new facility will be the largest expansion in the hospital’s history and will include:

  • Added acute and critical care capacity
  • New eight-story, 150-bed patient care tower
  • Two roof top helipads
  • Ambulance bay capable of handling 14 ambulances at once
  • Convertible area for mass casualty response within the ambulance bay
  • New chapel and convent
  • Clinical education rooms
  • Administrative and physician office space

Completed in the summer of 2014, the Saint Francis Hospital now considerably enhanced patient bed capacity.

Additional Project Information:

Square Feet: 500,000
Project Location: Tusla, Oklahoma
General Contractor: Manhattan Construction Company
Project Owner: St. Francis Healthcare
Project Architect: Page Southerland Page
Project Engineer: Page Southerland Page
Field Office: Kansas City