McCarthy Building starts work on $535M hospital project in California

WCN Editorial Team 3 Aug 2016 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

McCarthy Building Companies has started construction work on a $535M hospital replacement project for Marin General Hospital in San Rafael, California.


The project, known as MGH 2.0, will include a new 24,000sq m, four-storey hospital building.

The facility, designed by Perkins Eastman Architects, will house 114 private rooms, an expanded emergency department and six new operating/procedural suites.

The development will include special amenities and landscape features, such as rooftop gardens, balconies, and natural light in every patient room.

Once the new hospital towers open in 2020, work will commence on a 9,000sq m five-storey ambulatory services building, and parking structure.

The project team has just completed MGH 2.0’s first parking facility.

The hospital will continue to operate during the construction period.

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