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PEORIA, ILL. — The Methodist Medical Center of Illinois (MMCI) has selected Chicago-based Lillibridge to serve as project manager for a $350 million restoration of its campus, which is located in Peoria. Plans for the project include a 180-bed hospital addition, a community pavilion and a parking deck with a covered skywalk. The seven-story hospital addition has been designed to achieve LEED certification. In addition to providing private patient beds, the 480,000-square-foot building will house the Methodist Cardiology Group, the imaging department, the emergency department, and a floor that is dedicated to surgical services. Construction of the addition is scheduled to begin in early 2010, with completion slated for late 2012. The four-story pavilion will be constructed on the north end of the hospital. Measuring 80,000 square feet in size, the pavilion will house MMCI’s administrative offices, the center’s food service department, a conference center and a series of community education rooms that will be available for public use. Finally, the six-level parking deck, which is currently underway, will be attached to the hospital by a new covered skywalk. The parking deck is scheduled for completion this summer.

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