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Hardaway Construction - Cookeville Regional Medical Center
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Location: Cookeville, TN
Owner: Cookeville Regional Medical Center
Architect: Gresham, Smith & Partners / J. Mark Rodgers Architect

Hardaway has worked closely with this major medical center to expand its campus on several projects over the years.

Hardaway added 107,700 SF and renovated 61,000 SF of existing floor area. New spaces include operating rooms and support for open heart surgery, clinical laboratories, trauma / cardiac rooms, outpatient surgery rooms, and more. Ancillary space like gift shops, waiting rooms, admitting and medical records were also enlarged. The medical center’s utilities and parking lots were upgraded to accommodate the larger facility.

Another renovation project covered 85,000 SF of interior space on five floors. A wide variety of special purpose areas were either created or received important upgrades. These included two operating rooms, a pharmacy, a women’s center, MRI and x-ray suites, a cardiovascular intensive care unit, central sterile supply, a radiology suite, and step down unit accessible patient rooms.

In addition, Hardaway expanded the medical center’s parking capacity by adding space for 300 vehicles. Also, a porte cochere was built at two entry points which increased convenience and protection of visitors, patients, and hospital staff.

Our latest project consisted of a new Kitchen, Public Serving Food Service area, new Administration and Educational Suite, new Staff & Visitor’s Dining  areas and also new loading docks. A total of 15,000 SF new space was added and 20,000 SF of renovation took place.

All construction improvements were carefully scheduled and built in multiple phases over an extended period to minimize disruption and allow the medical center to continue normal activities for its many patients.

Hardaway paid close attention to issues like noise, dust, vibration, clean-up, and odors as well as any impact on critical hospital systems, accessibility, and safety of all parties.

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