On November 8, Skanska USA celebrated the grand opening of Inspira Medical Center Mullica Hill in Mullica Hill, NJ. The new five-story, 465,000 square-foot inpatient hospital is Gloucester County’s first hospital to open in 45 years.

Skanska built Inspira Medical Center Mullica Hill using the Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) approach, Skanska’s largest IPD project to date in North America, with partners Array Architects and Leach Wallace Associates.

“Skanska’s extensive experience in healthcare, coupled with Inspira Health’s commitment to innovative delivery methods, enabled us to build an exceptional health center to meet the growing needs of Gloucester County residents. Using the IPD approach, we were able to work efficiently and collaboratively to deliver this incredible project on time for Inspira and the community.”

Todd Lofgren, Skanska USA Executive Vice President and General Manager.

Other GBCA members involved in the project include the following:

  • Copeland Surveying, Inc.
  • EDA Contractors, Inc.
  • Eureka Metal & Glass Service, Inc.
  • J&G Building Group
  • Madison Concrete Construction
  • O’Donnell & Naccarato
  • Oliver Fire Protection & Security
  • Philadelphia D&M
  • Precision Door Co., Inc.
  • Revolution Recovery
  • Unified Door & Hardware Group, LLC

The new hospital holds 210 private rooms, state-of-the-art surgical suites, a modern emergency department with dedicated pediatric and senior ERs, and a maternity center. The project also includes a new central utility plant and solar field, which provides electrical power, heating/hot water and chilled water to the facility.

“Skanska has been an incredible partner throughout the process, helping to keep the project on track so we can better serve our local community for years to come.”

John DiAngelo, president and CEO, Inspira Health

In addition to the new hospital, Skanska is also building Inspira Health’s new Leading-Edge Cancer Center, a 120,000 square foot attached addition, slated to open in early 2020. Skanska is also building the Women and Children’s Health Building for ChristianaCare in Newark, Delaware, which is slated for completion in 2020, and a new inpatient hospital for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in King of Prussia, PA.