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Aurora Health Care – Aurora Health Center – Pleasant Prairie

Boldt has partnered with Advocate Aurora Health on a number of projects over the years. Recently, they engaged Boldt to deliver a new state-of-the-art ambulatory surgery center and medical office building on a 64-acre site in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin. The new medical campus includes a two-story, 100,000 SF ambulatory care center, a three-story, 100,000 SF medical office building, detention ponds and parking. The planning, design and construction of the project preserved the site’s woodlands and natural wetlands, providing a beautiful healing environment for patients and staff.

The new healthcare center brings access to a range of much needed healthcare services in one convenient location central to Kenosha and Pleasant Prairie, including children’s health, adult health, sports health, imaging, surgery and specialty care.

Children’s health services include allergy and immunology, audiology, cardiology, dermatology, ENT, endocrinology, neurology, neuropsychology, orthopedics, plastic surgery, sports medicine and urology. Adult health services include allergy and immunology, audiology, dermatology, ENT, men’s health, orthopedics and urology. Sports health and physical therapy services include athletic training, occupational therapy and physical therapy. Imaging Center services include bone densitometry, x-ray, CT scan, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, mammography, diagnostic breast imaging, stereotactic and ultrasound biopsy, and laboratory services. Surgery center services include same-day surgery, general and specialty surgery, robotic surgery, special procedure rooms and recovery rooms.

Client
Aurora Health Care
Location
Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin
Architect/Engineer
HGA
Boldt Role
General Contractor
Project Type
New Construction
Project Size
200,000 SF

MARKET
Healthcare

Project Highlights

  • Boldt collaborated with Advocate Aurora Health and the design team early on to finalize the land purchase, assist with permit documents and ensure that construction activities began on time, minimizing costly winter construction costs.
  • The project achieved 22% DBE participation on a rural project site, well above the initial goal of 15%.