South Big Horn Hospital
The project consisted of the construction of a new 18,446 SF hospital addition. Work included site clearing, site utilities, paving, site demolition and a partial replacement/remodel of the existing hospital. The general construction included a typical footing and foundation wall structure with a slab on grade.
The structure of the building included structural steel, metal stud framing, masonry walls and bar joists and decking. Interior walls consisted of masonry and metal stud framed with gypsum, paint and wall coverings. Finishes on the exterior included Hardi cement siding, cultured stone and metal siding. Finishes on the interior of the building included paint, ceramic tile, wall coverings, sheet vinyl floor, resinous flooring and acoustical drop ceilings. The space was finished out with Plam cabinets and solid surface counter tops at patient rooms and nurse stations. The facility also included a complete commercial kitchen which serviced the entire hospital. Mechanical and electrical items included a typical VAV heating system with boilers and temp controls along with med gas, nurse call, communication, fire alarm and a new generator.