Our Projects in the News
UT Southwestern Monty & Tex Moncreif Medical Center
An article about our UT Southwestern project, located in Fort Worth, is featured on the University of Texas Southwestern website here!
Here is an excerpt:
The University of Texas System Board of Regents has approved establishment of the UT Southwestern Monty and Tex Moncrief Medical Center at Fort Worth, made possible by an extraordinary $25 million commitment from W.A. “Tex” Moncrief Jr. The Center is UT Southwestern’s first named campus outside of Dallas.
“In the years ahead, their remarkable generosity will support the development of a multidisciplinary outpatient facility programmed specifically to meet the medical needs of the area. We are delighted and privileged to be a part of the growing Fort Worth community.”
UT Southwestern…integrates pioneering biomedical research with exceptional clinical care and education. The institution’s faculty includes many distinguished members, including six who have been awarded Nobel Prizes since 1985. The faculty of more than 2,700 is responsible for groundbreaking medical advances and is committed to translating science-driven research quickly to new clinical treatments.
Victory Medical Center, Beaumont featured on HC+O News
Victory Medical Center, Beaumont is featured in this article on Healthcare Construction + Operations (HC+O) news site. They also refer to our current project, Victory Medical Center Fort Worth. An excerpt:
In order to achieve the project, Caveness said communication was key. They had biweekly job-site meetings and conference calls on the off-weeks. “We did a lot in a very little amount of time,” she said. “It was a monumental effort and I think the communication was key, as well as having the right consultants on the project. It was a collaborative effort and I think all good projects are.”
Building Design and Construction Magazine
See their digital version of the magazine here. We are featured on page 78!
Apollo Cancer Hospital, featured in the Houston Business Journal
The Houston Business Journal featured our $20 million renovation project at the Apollo Cancer Hospital in The Woodlands, Texas. You can find the article here.
Here is an excerpt:
Located in the former Sadler Clinic, which closed in 2010, the 50,000-square-foot, two-story Apollo Hospital — … — is the only medical facility outside the Texas Medical Center that offers 24-hour chemotherapy and infusion therapy, Apollo CEOFawn Creighton said in a statement.
The hospital’s aim is to make cancer treatment available to residents of north Houston and Montgomery County in an environment that is “more accessible and less stressful, without compromising quality of care,” Creighton added.
…In addition to its emergency room and inpatient and outpatient surgical suites, features of the Emil J. Freireich Cancer Center include: a comprehensive breast center offering 3-D mammograms, a diagnostic center, two operating rooms, a radiation department, dialysis treatment, imaging and an on-site pharmacy.