Brasfield & Gorrie Announces Completion of New St. Vincent’s Medical Center Clay County

September 24, 2013

Facility to bring high-quality care to Middleburg community

Jacksonville, Fla. (Sept. 24, 2013) — Brasfield & Gorrie today announced the completion of
St. Vincent’s Medical Center Clay County, a new 160,000 sq ft facility that was built to address the healthcare needs of residents in the region.

“This facility gives residents of Middleburg direct access to local, high-quality healthcare,” said Brasfield & Gorrie Division Manager Erik Sharpe. “Also, the design and construction of the medical center allows for expansion, enabling the medical center to serve the community well into the future.”

Brasfield & Gorrie was the general contractor for the project that will open its doors to patients on Oct. 1 with 64 private inpatient rooms, but is designed to expand to 250 beds in the future to accommodate population growth in the area. The medical center also houses an intensive care unit, imaging suites, administrative offices, and areas for radiology, nuclear medicine and fluoroscopy services. Brasfield & Gorrie also constructed an adjacent 60,000 sq ft medical office building.
According to Sharpe, construction of the medical center began in April 2012, and the project was completed ahead of schedule.


About Brasfield & Gorrie
Brasfield & Gorrie is one of the nation’s largest privately held construction firms, providing general contracting, design-build, and construction management services for a wide variety of markets, including healthcare, commercial, institutional, federal, municipal, industrial, infrastructure, and water/wastewater treatment. We serve clients from offices in Atlanta and Columbus, Georgia; Birmingham, Alabama; Dallas, Texas; Jacksonville and Orlando; Florida; Nashville, Tennessee; and Raleigh, North Carolina. Brasfield & Gorrie has approximately 2,900 employees, and its 2012 revenues were $2 billion. Engineering News-Record ranks Brasfield & Gorrie 31st among the nation’s “Top 400 Contractors” for 2013.