St. Francis Regional Medical Center Remodel / ShakopeeMN
What needs to be planned in the preconstruction of a medical center for the growth of the healthcare industry?

Located in the 15th fastest growing county in the U.S., St. Francis Regional Medical Center is making the transition from a small, rural hospital to a suburban medical campus that can handle more patients and offer a broader array of specialty treatments.

A 165,000 square foot expansion and remodel added 26 patient beds and 48,000 square feet to the facility. Included in the project is a new main hospital entrance, emergency/trauma center, cancer center, diagnostic imaging/MRI area, medical laboratory, pharmacy, and intensive care unit. The birthing center was expanded and 10,000 square feet were added to the Emergency Department, with four exam rooms and a new waiting area. 

The expansion included a below-grade power plant with space for boilers and electrical upgrades that can support the kind of growth expected through 2025. 

Facts And Figures

Allina Health System

Completed February 2007


170,000 square feet

Delivery Methods

Construction Manager at Risk

The Team