Emergency Department, Cardio Institute, Critical Decision Unit, MOB
Hannibal Regional Hospital
Phase I of the construction included the Emergency Services Department, Cardiovascular Institute, and Critical Decision Unit, and consisted of site excavating, utility movements of the current electric and fire service water lines, and installation of fiber optic telephone and data cables supplying the hospital. This phase also included the construction of a new helipad, emergency access drive, and relocation of mobile imaging technology. The completion of Phase I prepared the site for full construction activities to begin on the Emergency Services and Interventional Lab building additions.
Phase II was the construction of an entirely new Emergency Services Department. The new facility quadrupled the amount of space to care for emergency patients. Phase III remodeled the old emergency space to create a Critical Decision Unit that supports new cardiac treatment services.
Construction of a Medical Office Building was also completed in 2009. This building is connected to the Hospital and the new Emergency Services Department. The Medical Office Building houses 60,000 square feet of medical offices, hospital offices, and multi-purpose space.
Henneman Engineering was responsible for complete mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and information technology design services.
103,838 square feet
Total Construction Cost