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Health Care Construction

FaegreBD's construction lawyers have advised numerous health care providers on a wide range of construction projects — from $500 million regional hospitals to small community clinics; from high-tech medical research facilities to medical offices. We understand the health care industry's need for buildings and project delivery methods that are cost-effective yet innovative, flexible and sustainable.

Innovative Construction Delivery Methods

Traditional construction delivery methods are often fractured and adversarial, and they do not maximize value or innovation.

Our lawyers are familiar with new construction tools, including:

  • Design-build
  • Lean construction
  • Building information modeling (BIM)
  • Integrated project delivery (IPD)

These tools are designed to give project owners the flexibility to innovate while still delivering projects on time and on budget.

Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) in Health Care

FaegreBD's IPD contract plays a prominent role in this sector and has been used on several large hospital projects, including:

  • A $200 million hospital expansion for Indiana University Health Riley Children's Hospital, including 300 private patient rooms, neonatal intensive care unit, pediatric intensive care unit, burn unit and cancer center.
  • A $180 million clinical sciences building for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, including new laboratories, outpatient clinic, imaging facility for clinical trials and research, and office space for faculty and staff performing clinical research.

Using innovative tools and deep expertise, our construction lawyers deliver solutions to meet the needs of health care projects.


Mark A. Voigtmann, Indianapolis
+1 317 237 1265
Michael B. Lapicola, Denver
+1 303 607 3680
Laurence W. DeMuth III, Boulder
+1 303 447 7775


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