Phases I and II Expansion and Renovation
Missouri Baptist Hospital - Sullivan - BJC HealthCare
Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital, a 46-bed, acute care facility, is part of the BJC HealthCare organization. In recent years, the hospital has undergone major expansion and renovation to improve and expand their healthcare services.
Phase II, a 60,000-square-foot project, provided the largest expansion for the hospital. The existing inpatient area that treats medical and surgical patients was replaced with a new 32-bed unit, and the intensive care unit (ICU) expanded from five to six beds. The expansion also involved the laboratory, respiratory therapy, and central sterile departments. Shelled space was built and tentatively reserved for six obstetrics beds and additional support services. The new ICU features glass doors for each patient room to improve visibility from the nurse’s station. Existing operating rooms were upgraded and a gastrointestinal procedure room was added. The new surgery suites house a recovery area and pre-operative space. Phase II connected to the Imaging Center on the north side of the hospital.
Phase I consisted of a major expansion and renovation program including a new 3-story, 17,000-square-foot addition to provide new laboratory, surgery, recovery, ICU, and future obstetrics and medical surgical beds. Expansion and additions to the existing infrastructure were required.
Henneman Engineering provided full engineering services for the design of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, medical gas, and fire protection systems for Phases I and II.
60,000 square feet