Skanska USA celebrated the topping out of the Inspira’s new leading-edge cancer center in Mullica Hill, NJ, with a ceremony on February 6. The event included remarks by M. Todd Way, executive vice president of Operations, Inspira Health, John DiAngelo, president and CEO, Inspira Health, Michael McLaughlin, chairman of Inspira Health Board, Gary Galloway, chairman of Inspira Hospital Board, Dr. Carl Minniti, medical director of Inspira Medical Center Woodbury Cancer Program, and Senate President Stephen Sweeney.

The leading-edge cancer center building will be approximately 120,000 square feet, and include several suites devoted to non-cancer-related clinical and office functions. These will include: cardiac rehab, physical therapy and other rehab services, Women’s Imaging, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Pediatrics, OB/GYN, Urology, Orthopedics, preadmission testing, lab draw services, and an Inspira retail pharmacy. The building will be an attached addition to the new 465,000-square-foot Mullica Hill hospital building. Skanska is also constructing the new hospital building, which is slated to open this fall. 

“Skanska has specialized expertise in building world-class medical facilities, and we’re thrilled to continue our work with Inspira as the hospital project adds additional specialty care space to better serve the residents of Gloucester County,” said Todd Lofgren, Skanska Senior Vice President and Account Manager. “With this addition, Inspira can provide quality care to even more people in the community.”

Construction is scheduled to be complete by early 2020. The designers are Array Architects and TLC Engineers. GBCA member O’Donnell & Naccarato provided Structural Engineering services.


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