Inpatient Projects: Work beings for $55 million Permian Regional Medical Center in Andrews, Texas

ANDREWS, Texas – Work started in recent weeks on a new replacement for Permian Regional Medical Center (PRMC) in Andrews. The future $55 million hospital will have 34 beds, a wellness center and physician clinic space and offices.

 The 200,000 square foot facility, which will be built in phases and completed in 2016, will be a replacement for Permian’s existing hospital and tie into the center’s skilled nursing unit. The designer is Dallas-based HKS Architects, which is teaming with Wichita Falls, Texas-based Bundy, Young, Sims & Potter Inc. The general contractor is the Dallas office of McCarthy Building Cos. Inc., which is working with Trinity Hughes Construction of Wichita Falls.


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