Skanska, Closner Construction to Build 243-Bed Hospital in Michigan for $206M
MARQUETTE, MICH. — A joint venture between Skanska and Closner Construction will build a new hospital for Duke LifePoint Healthcare for $206 million. The facility will serve as a replacement hospital for UP Health System – Marquette, also known as Marquette General Hospital. The 164,000-square-foot, 243-bed replacement facility includes approximately 46,000 square feet of diagnostic and therapeutic services and 56,000 square feet of patient care services. Additionally, the project will include an adjoining medical office building and a parking structure. The project is slated for completion in October 2018. The city of Marquette is located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. With a population of 21,335, it is the UP’s largest community, according to the city’s website.