Barrett Hospital & HealthCare

  • Category
    Architecture
  • Size
    82,472 s.f.
  • Complete
    June 2012
  • Location
    Dillon, Montana

Sustainable healthcare in a healing environment

Barrett Hospital and HealthCare in Dillon, Montana is the first LEED GOLD hospital built in the state, and the twenty-eighth in the nation. This 82,742 s.f., 18-bed critical access replacement hospital is situated on a twenty-acre campus and addressed creating a healing environment that incorporated the ranching culture and natural beauty of the region. A much-needed expansion was critical to accommodate the growing needs of this small town and its outlying rural areas. HUD-insured, the design portion of the project took only nine months from the time of architect selection to the beginning of construction. [Read More]

Project Scope

  • Landscape Architecture
  • Healthcare
  • Interior Design
  • Planning
  • Sustainability

Award Winning Project

First LEED Gold in the State of Montana
28th LEED Gold Healthcare project in the nation

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