The Neenan Company Completes Two Healthcare Projects in Colorado

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Fort Collins, CO — The Neenan Company reported the completion of two healthcare projects in Louisville and Holyoke, Colorado.

In September, The Neenan Company celebrated the completion of the first skilled rehabilitation facility to open in the Louisville, Colorado area – Flatirons Health and Rehabilitation. Completed in partnership with client Physicians Development Group (PDG), the 44,000-square-foot, two-story, skilled in-patient rehabilitation facility includes 45 private patient rooms, lounges, two dining rooms, in-house therapy, a chapel and an administration area. With high demand across the state attracting patients from within and outside the local area, the project provides short-term skilled nursing, physical, occupational and speech therapy services designed to rehabilitate and transition patients back to their homes safely.

The Neenan Company also completed in September additions to the Melissa Memorial Hospital campus in Holyoke, Colorado. The design-build partner for the facility’s 11,400-square-foot addition project, The Neenan Company also previously served as the general contractor for the original hospital project in 2008.  The campus improvements allow the hospital to expand its quality healthcare offerings to the surrounding community by including additional exam rooms, an observation bay, an ambulance garage and an enclosure for the existing ambulance drop-off, a heliport, a lab draw station, and staff and provider housing.

“We’re thrilled with the success of our two most recent healthcare projects, and for the continued growth of our healthcare specialty practice,” said David Shigekane, president of The Neenan Company. “We understand these medical facilities serve important community needs, and by working as a partner with our clients we go beyond design to think about the quality healthcare services the buildings enable.”

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