Skanska Signs Contract Amendment for Oregon Health & Science University Hospital Expansion

The expansion project is expected to open to patients sometime in 2026.

By HFT Staff

Skanska has signed a contract amendment with Oregon Health & Science University for its Hospital Expansion Project in Portland, Oregon, USA. The contract amendment is worth $111 million. 

The contract includes patient floors, parking, mechanical and electrical space to support hospital functions, three pedestrian sky bridges to connect the new tower to the existing buildings, roadway improvements and a new multi modal hub bus stop. 

Construction of the approximately 538,000-square-foot, 14-story hospital expansion began in 2022 and is expected to open to patients in 2026. 

April 13, 2023

Topic Area: Construction

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