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Cymbaluk Medical Tower

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Award of Merit Health Care

Photo courtesy of Mortenson Construction
The new tower is located at Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett.
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The 12-story, 680,000-sq-ft Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk Medical Tower dramatically alters the Providence Regional Medical Center campus and is the largest expansion project in Providence's more than 150-year history. It includes 368 patient rooms for acute, critical and surgical care; a parking structure; central plant; site, street and utility improvements; and an updated campus master plan.

With virtual design and construction and BIM innovations, this $500-million project was completed five months ahead of schedule.

Key Players

Owner: Providence Regional Medical Center, Everett, Wash.

GC/CM: Mortenson Construction, Bellevue, Wash.

Architect: Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects, Seattle

Civil/Structural Engineer: Magnusson Klemencic Associates, Seattle

MEP Engineers: CDi Engineers, Lynnwood, Wash.; VECA Electric, Seattle; Hermanson Co., Kent, Wash.

Submitted by:

Mortenson Construction


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