Hoar Construction Celebrating 30 Years of Dedicated Health Care Services

Hoar recently worked on a major expansion of Studer Family Children’s Hospital in Florida. Photo courtesy Hoar Construction.

Birmingham’s Hoar Construction, coming off a “challenging yet fruitful year” that resulted in more than $150 million in total revenue in the health care sector, is celebrating 30 years of having a dedicated health care division.

Founded in 1991, the construction giant’s health care services have resulted in more than 17 million square feet of ground-up construction and 7.5 million square feet of renovation work.

The company’s health care projects have brought in more than $650 million over the past five years, including construction of a $30 million Veterans Affairs mental health clinic in Birmingham, expansion of the Houston Methodist hospital system in Texas and a major expansion at Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Ascension Sacred Heart in Florida.

Hoar has also worked with Children’s of Alabama on key projects.

“Hoar Construction’s deep well of industry experience and commitment to delivering top-tier health care facilities while working in an operating hospital is unparalleled,” said Bob Crumpton, divisional director of engineering of Children’s of Alabama. “Their expertise was integral in the successful completion of the Benjamin Russell Hospital Expansion Project as well as the adaptive reuse of the existing campus, which we have now been working on together for over nine years. This dedication to recognizing and serving a client’s needs helps illustrate why they have been consistently ranked as one of America’s top health care builders. We congratulate Hoar on achieving this notable milestone and look forward to continuing our relationship with the health care group in the years to come.”

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Hoar also has done work for Mobile’s Infirmary Health System.

“As a partner, Hoar Construction has proven time and again that they understand the unique requirements our health care facilities have, from minimizing disruption to our day-to-day operations to maintaining the highest level of safety standards,” said Dennis Summerford, vice president construction and facilities for Infirmary. “We’ve built our long-term relationship with them because of this commitment, and we look forward to our continued shared success.”

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