GRAND ISLAND, NY (BUSINESS FIRST OF BUFFALO) -- Cannon Design, headquartered on Grand Island, recently won two hospital projects totaling more than $400 million.
The company was hired as architect and engineer for the planned $300 million Anschutz Inpatient Pavilion at the University of Colorado. The new tower will have 200 beds, an expanded emergency department, surgical services, imaging, cardiac and vascular services, as well as a new parking garage.
Cannon also recently broke ground on the M.D. Anderson Banner Cancer Center in Phoenix.
Phase One includes a 120,000-square-foot, three-story building for outpatient services including radiation oncology, infusion therapy, medical imaging and physician clinics. Targeted to open fall 2011, the project cost is $107 million. The next two phases already have zoning approval and will bring the total project size to 360,000 square feet.
Cannon Design has been expanding its reach across the country in the past year and has committed to keeping its roots on Grand Island.
Information in this story was originally reported in the St. Louis Business Journal.