UCHealth Breaks Ground On New Greeley Hospital, Medical Center
UCHealth broke ground on a new full-service hospital and medical center July 10, in Greeley, Colo. The new UCHealth Greeley Medical Center will be a 112,500-square-foot outpatient medical center that will bring many of the services UCHealth offers at locations throughout Greeley under one roof. It will include primary care services, specialty clinics, diagnostics, pharmacy, endoscopy, oncology services, imaging and laboratory services.
UCHealth already operates seven hospitals throughout Colorado, including Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins and Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland. An eighth hospital—UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital in Longmont—will open in late August.
JE Dunn is the general contractor on the Greeley Medical Center campus project and is supported by BSA LifeStructures (architect), BHA Design Incorporated (landscape architect), Affiliated Engineers Inc. (mechanical, electrical and plumbing), Martin/Martin (civil engineer), Stewart Engineering (structural engineer) and Gallun Snow (finishing design/finishes).