NAPLES, Fla. (August 26, 2015) – Stevens Construction has completed Landmark Hospital of Southwest Florida, a 50-bed, long-term acute care facility, announced Mark Stevens, company president.

Located at 1285 Creekside Blvd. E., the 86, 676-square-foot, three-story hospital specializes in providing care to medically complex patients who benefit from an extended recovery time. Typical diagnoses include stroke, respiratory failure, post-surgical complications, and complex wound care. The average length of stay is 25-30 days, and the majority of Landmark’s admissions come from short-term hospitals; typically from the intensive care and step down units.
Landmark Hospital is a unique crescent-shaped structure constructed via the tilt-wall method. The first floor is shell space available for lease. The second floor of the hospital houses state-of-the art operating rooms, conference rooms, CT scan, X-ray and administrative offices. The third floor features a ten bed intensive care unit, ten bed progressive care unit and 30 medical and surgical beds.

The project is licensed and inspected by the Agency for Healthcare Administration, which ensures regulatory compliance for healthcare facilities throughout Florida.

The Stevens Construction team included Dan Adams, LEED AP, senior project manager; Will Houser, project engineer; Stephen Hebden, superintendent and Kathryn Gomez, project administrator. Landmark Hospital was designed by Paul Macheske of HuntonBrady Architects.