The $55 million Parkview Hospital Randallia project in Fort Wayne has entered its next phase. Crews have begun work on façade upgrades, which hospital leaders say will improve the facility’s stability and safety.
The hospital says barricades and cranes will be present on the campus for about four weeks. Parkview says the work will not affect access to the facility.
Parkview leaders announced the project in October. The effort includes new surgery suites and expanded services at the more than 60-year-old building. Parkview Hospital and Affiliates Chief Operating Officer Ben Miles says the project will result in nearly 150 high-paying jobs.
The project will be completed in several phases over the next four to five years.