Cumming provided cost management services for the construction of a new 10-story, 383,000-sq.-ft. heart and vascular hospital, along with a new 286,000-sq.-ft., multi-story parking structure. Working closely with the construction manager, Cumming provided detailed cost estimating and reconciliation throughout design.
Service(s): Cost Management, Project Management Location: Valhalla, NY Division: Cumming
Westchester Medical Center encompasses six buildings and two million square feet. In 2012, Cumming provided project management services for six projects in two buildings, with cost management services added in 2013. From 2014-2015, Cumming provided full-scale construction management for nine projects, and design phase management for another 22. Our cost management team also supported each of these efforts. Projects include a $5.5 million expansion of the main tower building, an $11 million gut renovation of the main tower’s third floor, and a $7 million, 10,000-sq.-ft. Cellular and Tissue Engineering Laboratory that supports the medical center’s stem cell, cellular, tissue, and gene therapy programs.
Cumming is providing project and cost management services for MUSC’s new 625,000-s.-ft. Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and Women’s Pavilion. Cumming was rehired by MUSC after our performance on various projects for the client since 2003, such as their Ashley Tower. The Children’s Hospital and Women’s Pavilion will be a high-end facility focused on tertiary and quaternary cases in South Carolina and the Lowcountry region. The building consists of an 11-story bed tower and six story diagnostic and treatment building. The new facility, which is phase two of a 30-year hospital replacement program, will hold about 200 patient beds. This facility will also include a neonatal intensive care unit, a pediatric intensive care unit, a large labor and delivery unit, a special care nursery, and specialized children’s emergency services. Associated scope includes numerous security elements. The Pavilion is scheduled to be completed during the third quarter of 2019. The approximate cost of this program is $385 million. The delivery method is CM-at-Risk.