Sparrow Health System’s 11-story West Wing Addition, located adjacent to the Neumann Wing, provides much-needed space for key clinical services and significantly improves public and Emergency Department access to the facility.

The expansion offers adequately-sized prep and recovery rooms which were consolidated into one area for cardiac catheterization patients as well as six new operating rooms.

The new Emergency Department occupies 53,000 SF and provides 68 treatment bays divided between a trauma center and an adult acute, pediatric and adult minor care area.

The new public lobby connects the parking ramp, covered ambulance and public Emergency Department entrances. All three- and four-bed wards in the existing Sparrow Hospital were converted into semi-private rooms and 34 ICU/CCU bed spaces were added.

The new six-level patient/visitor parking ramp provides an additional 1,200 parking spaces and features a protected entrance way into the hospital.

Also constructed Sparrow’s two-level Central Utility Plant which houses the chillers, boilers and emergency generators to support the hospital’s entire campus.

Granger self-performed all of the concrete and general trades for this project.

Project Awards:
• 2009 AGC Build Michigan Award
• 2009 CAM Magazine Special Issue Award
• AHA Safety Award for Orientation Video

$150 million

450,000 West Wing Addition
1,200-Space Parking Deck

Program/Construction Management

November 2002

September 2009

HDR, Inc. / Neumann Smith Architecture