Healthcare: Haskell completes $100M medical center

by Mark Szakonyi for Jacksonville Business Journal

The Haskell Co. has completed the construction of a $100 million medical campus in Oklahoma, the company stated in a news release.

The project — featuring the construction of the 189,000-square-foot St. John Broken Arrow Hospital and an adjacent 110,000-square-foot medical office building — is the Jacksonville-based design-build company’s largest health care project. The surgical hospital in Broken Arrow, Okla., is expected to open this fall and will include an emergency department, an eight-room surgery suite, a radiology department and an orthopedic center.

“Using our design/build process, we were able to complete the hospital 25 percent faster than what would have been possible with traditional construction methods,” Paul Tyler, president of Haskell’s Commerical Group, said in a news release. “What that means to St. John Health System is that it is able to get the hospital to market faster and pass the cost savings along to patient care.”

Haskell, which employs 830 in Jacksonville, had about $500 million in revenue in 2009.


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