This ground-up 50,000 sq. ft. single-story physical rehabilitation hospital was designed to hold 42 inpatient beds. The work includes structural steel, metal studs and drywall, and full MEP systems. The exterior is a mix of storefront with EIFS and brick veneer. A modular block retaining wall is required at the rear of the site to provide the correct grades for the dry detention pond. The outdoor therapy garden requires synthetic turf, walkways of different stamped and colored concrete, and a concrete patio with structural steel canopies. The interior will feature patient rooms throughout four (4) wings, multiple private treatment rooms, outpatient rehab gym, inpatient rehab gym, inpatient day space, pharmacy, back and front of house kitchen/dining, storage, reception, classroom, and staff offices. During preconstruction, Rycon’s team was able to suggest VE methods ultimately saving the Owner more than $250,000 to date. They redesigned the therapy garden at a fraction of the cost of the original. The new proposed design is going to be carried out not only on this project, but on all future projects for PAM Health.