Since 1997, Reynolds has provided various construction services for PinnacleHealth System at the Harrisburg Hospital including emergency remediation and restoration services, and a level 2 energy audit.
Program Management Services: Programming, planning, budgeting, and phasing of the overall system-wide expansion focusing on the complex phasing and scheduling of the Harrisburg Hospital expansion. The project included upgrades and renovations to the cardiac care program, women’s and children’s services, orthopedic and neurology center, and the emergency services unit.
Emergency Department Expansion: Construction manager at-risk for the additions and renovations of the Harrisburg Hospital Emergency Department. Reynolds was hired pre-design to provide preconstruction services as part of the project team. Our role was to ensure that the project was designed to meet Pinnacle’s program while staying within their budget and meeting their schedule deadlines.
The challenge in construction was the renovation of the existing Emergency Department while it remained in operation. This was accomplished through proper planning and coordination with the hospital staff. The result of this planning was a multi-phased project that accommodated all of the hospitals needs and requirements, while allowing construction to continue in an organized and efficient manner.
Cardiac Fit-out: Construction manager at-risk for the multi-phase 10,600-square-foot addition and renovation of 25,400 square feet of existing space on the 2nd floor of the Harrisburg Hospital. The project included (24) single-occupant patient rooms with (3) nurse stations, (6) radial bays with a nurse station and lounge, a new patient holding area which includes a nurse station, (6) holding bays, and a small exam room, a new public waiting room, new men’s and women’s locker rooms, a staff lounge, multiple conference rooms, a heart failure department including a nurse station, (3) exam rooms, and offices.
The highlight of the project was the construction of two (2) new EP Labs and a Tilt Room in Phase 2. The first lab was a bi-plane room with all new equipment and the second lab was a single-plane room with existing equipment relocated from a lab that was renovated in Phase 3.
CTICU Fit-out: Construction manager at-risk for the 6,400-square-foot addition and renovation of 7,000 square feet of existing space on the 3rd floor of the Harrisburg Hospital. This project consisted of a new waiting room, staff lounge, (19) patient rooms, (3) nurse stations, an on-call suite, and several storage/medication rooms.
Kitchen Renovation: Construction manager at-risk for the renovation of the existing 6,653-square-foot kitchen located on the 1st floor of the Harrisburg Hospital. The renovation consisted of select demolition of existing partitions and utilities to make way for the revised layout to accommodate the owner-supplied equipment. New finishes included paint, acoustical ceiling system, epoxy resin flooring within the prep areas, and sheet vinyl flooring in the offices, storage and locker rooms.
Solutions: Construction | Restoration | Energy
ED Expansion: Francis Cauffman
Cardiac Fit-out: Murray Associates
CTICU Fit-out: Murray Associates
Kitchen Renovation: Array Architects
ED Expansion: 27,025
Cardiac Fit-out: 36,000
CTICU Fit-out: 13,400
Kitchen Renovation: 6,653
ED Expansion: $22 million
Cardiac Fit-out: $7.9 million
CTICU Fit-out: $6.1 million
Kitchen Renovation: $2 million