CHICAGO – TERRA Engineering, Ltd. (TERRA) will provide civil engineering services for Loyola University Medical Center’s Inpatient Bed Tower Expansion and Renovation in Maywood, Illinois. TERRA’s team brings more than 20 years of award-winning solutions for healthcare facilities and large-scale infrastructure developments to the design team.
“TERRA looks forward to continuing our long history of project experience on Loyola University Medical Center’s campus,” said TERRA’s President Karen Steingraber. “Our team is already at work analyzing the challenges associated with stormwater management, utility infrastructure and traffic access planning.”
TERRA has provided innovative and cost-effective engineering solutions for Loyola University Medical Center including a site master plan, emergency facility, the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center, Outpatient Ambulatory Care Center and education building. Other healthcare projects throughout the Chicagoland area include: the award-winning Rush University Medical Center Expansion; Northwestern Memorial Healthcare’s new Outpatient Care Pavilion, Prentice Women’s Hospital, Campus Master Planning; Mile Square Health Care Center, and Bolingbrook Medical Center.
TERRA Engineering, Ltd. is a full-service, woman-owned engineering firm serving clients since 1992. With offices in Chicago, Peoria, Milwaukee, St. Louis and Oak Park, TERRA provides high-quality services for client-specific solutions within scope, budget and schedule. For more information about TERRA, call (312) 467-0123 or visit us online at www.terraengineering.com.
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