Guthrie General, Inc., a design build general contracting company based in Glendale, Arizona was awarded the contract. Guthrie General’s proposal included cost saving measures, such as leaving the interior spaces more open and loft like; an economical solution for CTCA’s long term plans to eventually build an annex to the existing hospital as headquarters for their staff.
The CTCA Goodyear Business Center is a 72,000 square foot multi-phase project beginning with the build out of 3 buildings adjacent to the existing treatment center. The first phase of the project wills serve as headquarters for CTCA’s staff, including their IT department, operations, marketing, finance, scheduling and transportation that provides their patients limousine service. CTCA’s future plan is to build a new annex closer to the existing hospital in the next three to five years, where the staff will be housed permanently.
The Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) provides state-of-the-art cancer care in a welcoming environment that allows patients and their families to focus on healing. CTCA uses leading technology to aggressively treat cancer while also supporting patients with nutrition and other therapies to help manage treatment side effects. “I am thrilled to work with such a wonderful organization and am able to approach this project with a unique perspective due to my own experience as a cancer survivor”, stated Courtney Stewart, Design Project Manager at Guthrie General. “They are truly a remarkable facility with an unparalleledapproachto their care and treatment of patients and it is an honor to be a part of this project.”
Phase 3 of the project is currently being completed. The new parking area adjacent to the completed buildings broke ground in April of 2014. The project is slated for completion in July of 2014.
To learn more about Cancer Treatment Centers of America, please visit ctca.org.