McCarthy Building Cos., which has local offices in Newport Beach, received a Design-Build Award for its work on the St. Joseph Hospital of Orange Center for Cancer Prevention and Treatment.
The Design Build Institute of America – Western Pacific Region's annual program recognizes noteworthy design-build projects in the Western Region. The McCarthy building team – along with TAYLOR, the project's executive architect, and St. Joseph Health Systems – was honored in the private sector building of more than $15 million category for its teamwork, innovation and problem solving in completing the $73 million project.
“The key to this project’s success was the willingness and ability of all entities involved to effectively collaborate with each other," says McCarthy Design Management Director Jim Mynott. "The design-build delivery method provided the best approach to develop innovative solutions and mitigate the project challenges.”
The facility includes a new three-level, 87,000-square-foot cancer center; a seven-level, 131,000-square-foot medical office building and a six and one-half level 1,083-car parking structure. The cancer center is adjacent to the medical building, and the three projects were built at the same time.
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