Geisinger Community Medical Center,
Scranton, PA

Expanding for the community

Community Medical Center in Scranton, Pennsylvania embarked on the first phase of a multi-phase master plan. With limited available site area, the goal was to construct the first phase while preserving the ability to continue its expansion in the future. The Phase I hospital expansion includes a total of 56,000 square feet of steel framed construction. The Emergency Department addition includes 10,000 square feet of single-story steel frame with provisions for a future vertical expansion up to seven stories. The patient facilities addition consists of 44,000 square feet of two-story steel frame with provisions for a vertical expansion up to six stories.

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Structural Systems Used

Steel Frame