St. Elizabeth - Florence

Category: Health Care

Paul Hemmer Company worked with the hospital and developer in designing and constructing a three-story, 54,000 sq. ft. speculative medical building on the Florence, Kentucky campus of St. Luke Hospital (now St. Elizabeth).  Hemmer was selected over multiple contractors that competed for the project. The building was located on an existing campus, and was connected to the hospital through a pedestrian connector to enable patients to access the hospital for services immediately after visiting their doctor.  The project also included the reconfiguration of the hospital’s existing parking lots. The design-build team included Viox and Viox and KZF Design.

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"“I would say that Hemmer worked efficiently and moved the project forward in a logical, orderly manner. They explained phases and timelines along the way, keeping us informed in our regular weekly meetings. They were professional, efficient, made sure we understood any issues and what was bein..."
-- Lynne M. Saddler, MD, MPH, District Director of Health
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