Neenan lands $30 million Oregon hospital project

By Taylor Reed June 24, 2013

Northern Colorado Business Report


The Fort Collins-based Neenan Company has won a national competition to design and build a critical access hospital in Prineville, Oregon. The $30 million project is part of the St. Charles Health System. Construction on the 62,000 square-foot project is expected to begin in December.
“We are really excited to help another rural community,” said Mackenzie Daley, marketing manager for Neenan. “This is an affirmation of the great work we do for these rural communities.”
The project includes a specialty care physician clinic and a primary care medical home. It will also include surgical suites, impatient beds, physical therapy, a pharmacy and an emergency department among other things.
Winning this design-build project gives Neenan its 17th critical access hospital in the United States. The $30 million price tag makes this the largest design-build hospital project Neenan has worked on.