Project Location: Houston, TX
Date Completed: October 2008
Owner: Memorial Hermann Healthcare System
Developer: Mischer Healthcare Services
Square Feet: 596,000 Building and 1,000,000 Garage
This landmark project is located in the heart of The Texas Medical Center and is currently the tallest building in the area at 30-levels. The interiors include a 100,000 square foot ambulatory care center with seven operating rooms specializing in ophthalmology, general surgery, orthopedics, pain management, pediatric surgery, plastic surgery, and urology. The imaging center houses two MRI's, CT3, PET, general radiology with rad/flouro, ultrasound, and nuclear medical services. A women's center includes mammography, bone densitometry, and stereotactic breast biopsy services. This facility also includes an endoscopy center and the Sports Institute for Human Performance.
It takes two groups of people to make a project successful. One group wears the suits, the other wears the boots. The boots at D.E. Harvey Builders were just as dedicated to the success of our project as the senior executives were. They built this project and they have helped build the company. I always felt like the entire Harvey team was my partner…
Many time the vision and teaching of the founder of a company is lost over time. To have maintained that culture of honesty, hard work, fairness and purpose for 50 years is quite an accomplishment.."
Project Manager, Design and Construction
Mischer Health Care Services
When Memorial Hermann decided to open $1.5 billion of capital projects in a six month time period and the Greater Houston community was relying on Memorial Hermann, we needed great partners like D.E. Harvey Builders!"
Marshall B. Heins
Chief Facility Services Officer
Your site down at Medical Plaza is the best kept excavation I have ever seen in 30 years. I would go as far as saying it is the best kept excavation I've seen…ever…and I've seen a bunch. I don't know what planet you all came from, and if this is the way the whole job's going to go, then I'm really excited!"