Kadean Construction has completed a $4 million renovation for the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis’s Department of Anesthesiology at the BJC Healthcare campus, it was announced today.
Kadean completed the 20,700 square foot project, which included construction of 96 doctors’ offices in the historic Peters Building, near Euclid and Barnes-Jewish Hospital Way, in the city’s Central West End said Kadean President Mike Eveler.
The project, which took roughly six months to complete, required gutting two floors and constructing new private and shared offices, along with conference and support space for anesthesiologists and other physicians, Eveler said. It also included a complete upgrade of all electrical, plumbing, fire protection, HVAC, and mechanical systems serving the new office space.
“It was a pleasure to complete another successful project for BJC HealthCare and the Washington University School of Medicine,” said Kadean Project Manager Travis Mulder, who oversees the company’s healthcare division. “We value our relationship, and thanks to a dedicated group of subcontractors and design professionals, we were able to maintain a very tight schedule for the client.”
Kadean Construction, one of the fastest growing construction companies in the St. Louis area, specializes in pre-construction, design-build, construction management, and general contracting services in the medical, senior living, retail, commercial, and industrial sectors.
In addition to undertaking major construction projects in recent years for BJC Healthcare at Barnes Jewish Hospital, Missouri Baptist Medical Center, Siteman Cancer Center, and other major medical facilities, Kadean also has built ambulatory surgical centers in Missouri, Kansas, Indiana, Michigan, Florida, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, and high quality independent and assisted senior living and memory care facilities in the St. Louis and Kansas City regions.
For more information, contact Tom Pagano, 314-602-7549, for Kadean Construction