The Summerlin Hospital Medical Center Emergency Department Phase I ground up expansion and remodel was completed in two phases in order to minimize disruption to the hospital’s operational emergency services. The project scope consisted of 20,000 SF of new building and a 20,675 SF renovation to existing emergency department space within the facility. Phase I included 27 new rooms, a 6 bed CDU unit, 15 new exam rooms, 4 treatment beds and new helipad. Phase II consisted of a new lobby, 7 fast track rooms, 5 observation rooms and 8 exam rooms of which one is an isolation room for pediatrics. Paving/grading, concrete curbing and gutters, demolition, on-site utilities and landscaping was also included in the scope of work. The building consists of concrete, steel, E.I.F.S. insulation, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, sprinkler, temperature controls, fire alarm, specialties, acoustical and special systems.