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While the bidding market is quiet ahead of the holiday, the hospital market is making some noise. AHN has been moving ahead with several of its cancer centers. The most recent to be lined up is the center planned for the Forbes Regional campus in Monroeville. Rycon Construction was awarded that 60,000 sq. ft., $20 million facility.  PJ Dick was selected to build a smaller facility, a 30,000 sq. ft. cancer center, at the St. Vincent campus in Erie. AHN has also issued the RFP for its new $200 million+ hospital in Pine Township, adjacent to the Wexford Wellness Pavilion. Proposing on that project are Mascaro/PJ Dick, Massaro/Gilbane, Turner, Whiting-Turner and Rycon/Yates.

Rendering of AHN’s new 160-bed hospital in Wexford.

South of Pittsburgh, WVUH awarded a contract to Mosites Construction for the $6 million fitout of the 8th floor at the Ruby Hospital Tower. In non-hospital news, CMU is taking proposals from Jendoco, Landau, Mascaro, PJ Dick and Rycon on renovations to Posner Hall and Warner Hall. The projects combined will be roughly $22 million. Trammel Crow broke ground on the $60 million Station Square Apartments. The 310-unit complex will be built by Rycon Construction. Bids will be taken from A. Martini & Co., Landau, Nello, Volpatt and Waller Construction on a renovation of First Presbyterian Church in Washington, PA.

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