Derby School Board members recently approved a guaranteed maximum price of $6,851,224 for improvements at Park Hill and Wineteer elementary schools.
The changing face of healthcare in Kansas means hospital administrators must address tough decisions when their existing facilities need to be upgraded. The biggest question to tackle: Should you build new or renovate?
Clay Center represents a rarity in Kansas these days. Unlike many communities faced with the threat of dwindling populations, Clay Center’s has remained steady as younger generations moved back to take over family businesses and farms.
McCownGordon recently was selected by SDSU to build its $36.5 million Raven Precision Agriculture Center laboratory project and by Northern State University for their Regional Sports Complex, which includes brand-new football and softball stadiums.
Whether you’re building an innovative, state-of-the-art hospital or renovating a rural clinic, having a construction manager on your team can make a huge difference. And the earlier you bring one on, the better.
The landscape of rural healthcare in Kansas, and around the Midwest, is changing dramatically. Many healthcare providers and hospital administrators are rethinking how they deliver care to their communities.