Highland District Hospital Expansion
Laser scans of this century-old hospital produced data to build on.
With a strong community-centered focus, Highland District Hospital has been an integral part of the Hillsboro, Ohio, area for well over a century. With roots tracing all the way back to 1914, the hospital has been serving from its current location since 1962. And while the hospital has seen five expansions and renovations over the past 100 years, the project currently underway is among the most ambitious. The Building Expansion Project 2020 will add:
As the extensive project got underway, Pepper performed laser scans to produce exact measurements of facades and interior vestibules — portions of the existing campus that will interface with the new construction work. Everything from the facade structure to the gas lines, plumbing and all other mechanical and electrical connections were documented. This ensures a precise installation of new MEPs and structural tie-ins, speeding up the schedule and eliminating disruptions.
Long known for its state-of-the-art technology and innovative healthcare services, Highland District Hospital serves over 65,000 residents in Highland County and the surrounding counties. The 39,000 square foot addition, renovation and parking lot expansion began in September 2018, with projected completion in summer 2020. Construction will be done in several phases so the hospital can remain fully operational at all times.
“Our mission to serve the community by providing accessible, efficient, quality healthcare in an atmosphere of safety, compassion, and excellence will continue to be our daily focus, but these improvements will provide a more positive patient experience for years to come.”
—Randal Lennartz, President & CEO of Highland District Hospital
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