14B — June 22 - July 12, 2018 — Contractors/Subcontractors — ODM — M id A tlantic

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Bohler Engineering serves as site/civil engineer for the seven-story facility IMC Construction breaks ground on new Women’s Health Center in King of Prussia K

“Logistically, the building will be easily accessible by car or public transportation, patients will be able to move directly from the parking deck to the outpatient center and it will contain a café and secure child care area for par- ents using the facility.” The seven-story health center and four-story parking garage will be located in the Town Cen- ter mixed-use complex at the Vil- lage at Valley Forge. Composed of precast architectural concrete and metal panels, construction is targeted for a sustainability level of three Green Globes, on a scale of one to four.

Services provided by the new center will include primary care, heart health, obstetrics and gynecology, breast health, skin care, and emotional well- ness. An ambulatory care cen- ter within the facility will offer services to men and women, including cardiology and car- diac testing, endocrinology, neurology, orthopedics, imag- ing, physical therapy and lab services. The Main Line Health team includes construction manager IMC Construction; architect NELSON ; development man- ager Anchor Health Proper- ties ; site/civil engineer Bohler Engineering ; m/e/p engineer Pisarek Engineering ; struc- tural engineer O’Donnell & Naccarato ; design consultant Perkins Eastman Black ; and landscape architect Glackin Thomas Panzak . In other IMC Construction news, the company, broke ground on a new $42 million hospital in Quakertown for St. Luke’s University Health Network. The builder is using a fairly new process on the 131,000 s/f project that will save time and construction costs. “We are prefabricating the exterior walls through pan- elization and interior patient room headwalls that will in- clude all medical gas and elec- trical infrastructure,” said Art Brinkworth, PE , healthcare project executive for IMC Con- struction. “The above ceiling utilities will be installed in racks and fabricated in a ware- house off-site while we’re erect- ing the steel, concrete and roof components. That will save a lot of time.” IMC is working with Worth & Co. in the prefab process, and the interior headwall pan- els will be constructed in its fabrication facility not far from the construction site. “Our people will be working in a controlled environment, and not up on ladders,” said Brinkworth. “Then the racks will just roll in and be posi- tioned in the ceiling space. It’s much safer, efficient and will save time and money.” The St. Luke’s hospital team includes general contractor IMC Construction; architect MKSD Architects ; structural engineer Pennoni ; MEP en- gineers HB Engineers ; civil engineer Langan Engineer- ing ; and medical equipment coordinator HBS . 

ING OF PRUSSIA, PA — IMC Construc- tion , a nationally-rec- ognized, full-service construc- tion company broke ground on a new $32 million medical office building for Main Line Health in partnership with Axia Women’s Health. The 94,000 s/f facility in King of Prussia will be a specialty-care center for women. “This facility will address the preventive, diagnostic and treatment needs of wom- en in the King of Prussia community,” said Art Brink- worth , healthcare project di- rector for IMC Construction.

Main Line Health rendering courtesy of NELSON Architects

Bohler is proud to be a part of the Main Line Health KOP Team



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