Matt Pranzo

Southwest Healthcare Inland Valley Hospital Expansion Topped Out

The new expansion is a seven-story, 290,000-square-foot patient tower.

By HFT Staff

DPR Construction recently marked the topping out of the Southwest Healthcare Inland Valley Hospital expansion project in Wildomar, CA. 

The new seven-story, 290,000-square-foot patient tower will accommodate 102 beds to support Riverside County’s growing population. The campus will be equipped with leading-edge clinical technologies for minimally invasive procedures and advanced therapies, and sustainable infrastructure including energy-efficient LED fixtures and solar panels. 

As the only designated Trauma Center in Southwest Riverside County, the existing healthcare campus has remained fully operational throughout construction. The project team relocated every major utility that sat in the footprint of the new tower. 

More than 600 local workers from a variety of trades have worked 173,200 hours to bring the project to this point. 


August 31, 2023

Topic Area: Construction

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