Replacement Hospital and MOB
Prosser Memorial Health (PMH) invites you to submit an electronic Statement of Qualifications (e-SOQ) to provide design services for the project referenced above.
Overview and Project Summary
In 1945, after years of intense community-led fundraising, construction crews broke ground on the original 19-bed facility. In 1947 Prosser Memorial began providing healthcare services to the Prosser community and dedicated to the memory and serve of veterans of World War II. As the community grew, so did the hospital, in 1952 a new medical wing was added and in the intervening years, a scope of care expanded to include family medicine, advanced surgical care, laboratory, diagnostic testing, radiology, obstetrics and emergency care.
What started out as a modest, small-town hospital has grown into a community-focused center for exceptional medical care that serves thousands of patients every year. Prosser Memorial continues to grow and change, as our community and our primary service area does, to meet their healthcare needs.
In 2017, we changed our name to Prosser Memorial Health, introducing an updated organization brand that best reflects and encompasses the growing healthcare system’s comprehensive services while recognizing its community roots.
The change became official following a favorable vote at the March 2018 Prosser Memorial Health Board of Commissioners regular meeting. This was preceded by conversation and feedback from patients, local residents, employees and other community stakeholders in 2017 and 2018.
The logo features the letter “P” to stand for Prosser, and the six of them in the logo reflects the organization’s six Pillars of Excellence and organizational values. Their circular placement signifies momentum and forward motion, as the health system continues to add services, providers and advancements to best serve its patients and communities. A sun can be found in the negative space – or white center – of the logo, reflective of the region’s climate and touted 300-plus days of sunshine a year.
For more than 70 years, the organization has been dedicated to improving the health of local communities by providing exceptional healthcare services and technology to residents across the Valley. Prosser Memorial Health will continue a strong tradition and history of providing excellent patient care right here at home.
The project is estimated to be:
- A new 75,000SF, 25-bed critical access Hospital;
- A 15,000 SF Medical Office Building / Education Center attached to the hospital; and
- A 1,500 SF Maintenance Support building.
- The estimated construction cost for the project is $45,000,000.
- Note: As part of the due diligence process for the land acquisition, programming was completed for buildings listed above. A copy of the program summary is included in this RFQ.
The scope of services includes:
- Pre-Design Services and Assistance with obtaining USDA Approval and Funding for the Project.
- Usual and Customary Design Services including Architectural, Structural, Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection, Low Voltage Design/Coordination, Code Compliance, Cost Estimating, Interior Design (including Furniture Artwork, and Signage), and Landscape Design.
- Usual and Customary Bidding Services
- Usual and Customary Construction Administration Services.
The following services will be provided by Owner and are EXCLUDED from this RFQ:
- Geotechnical Report. Note: A preliminary geotechnical report was prepared during the due diligence process and is available upon request.
- Special Inspections
- Physicist Reports, Shielding Design, etc.
- Medical Equipment Planning
The form of agreement shall be the AIA B101-2017 edition, as negotiated, reviewed, amended and agreed to by the firm and PMH.