Like the human body needs strong bones, Harrison HealthPartners now has a strong structure in this new hospital.
Hospital expansion connects with existing facility to provide orthopaedic services.
Structure for structural surgeons. Harrison HealthPartners required a new Orthopaedic center to expand its existing services to Silverdale area patients. Reid Middleton provided the structural engineering for the three-story, 54,000 SF addition to Harrison’s Silverdale Campus. The facility provides state-of-the-art orthopaedic and joint replacement surgeries. The project also required connection to the existing hospital, which remained in operation throughout the construction. The building was constructed of masonry and steel and the recovery rooms included patient lifts and an innovative head wall design that allowed construction to be expedited. Design was performed using BIM. The hospital features four cutting-edge operating rooms, 24 private recovery rooms, in- and out-patient rehabilitative facilities, and an outdoor rooftop garden and rehabilitation trail.