Batson-Cook Construction Receives Two Construction Awards from ABC Florida First Coast

Filed in News on August 14, 2020

Jacksonville, FL (August 14, 2020) – Batson-Cook Construction was awarded an Eagle Award for their work on the AdventHealth Deltona Office Emergency Department in Deltona, Fla., and a Pyramid Award for their efforts building the AdventHealth Connerton Long-Term Acute Care Expansion at the ABC’s 2020 Excellence in Construction Awards by the Florida First Coast Chapter ABC, Inc.

The Excellence in Construction Awards recognize contractors that lead in innovation and quality while considering the project’s complexity, attractiveness, challenges, schedule, quality, innovation, safety, and cost.

“We are deeply honored to be recognized by our peers at ABC Florida First Coast,” said Even Spradlin, senior vice president and general manager for Batson-Cook Jacksonville. “Our communities need high-quality healthcare facilities now more than ever, and Batson-Cook is proud of these teams and their hard work delivering these essential structures.”

The AdventHealth Off-site Emergency Department Deltona project is a 15,000-square-foot, off-site emergency department in Deltona, Fla. The 12-bed, freestanding facility includes a laboratory, pharmacy, diagnostic imaging, exam rooms, and a parking lot. This 24-hour emergency department was constructed as a tilt-wall structure and has a full back-up generator. This project won a first place Eagle Award in the category of Healthcare - $5 to $10 million.

The AdventHealth Connerton Long-Term Acute Care (LTAC) Expansion is a 26,700-square-foot critical care wing expansion at the existing AdventHealth Connerton LTAC facility in Land O’Lakes, Florida. The project involved a one-story, 26-bed LTAC expansion that added a critical care wing to the hospital, a new central energy plant (CEP), and oxygen building. The lobby was also expanded to include a coffee bar for patients and visitors, as well as a new staff lounge, board room, and multipurpose education room. Additionally, 9.4 acres of site work where required to relocate existing stormwater retention ponds to accommodate the relocation of the existing parking lot. This project won a second place Pyramid Award in the category of Healthcare - $10 to $25 million.


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