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Skanska Completes San Jose MOB Ahead of Schedule, Under Budget

Skanska recently completed Sutter Health’s Samaritan Court Ambulatory Care and Surgery Center, a three-story, 69,000-square-foot medical office building in San Jose. The completion of Samaritan Court is a key part of Sutter Health’s broader plan to build more than two dozen ambulatory care centers across Northern California over the next four years.  

In addition to leveraging several innovative construction tactics, Samaritan Court marks the first instance in which a general contractor collaborated with all trade partners on layout strategy and responsibilities simultaneously, done via the use of Dusty Robotics, delivering the project nearly three months ahead of schedule at a cost savings of approximately $3 million for the client.  

“The completion of Sutter Health’s Samaritan Court Ambulatory Care and Surgery Center exemplifies how Skanska worked efficiently across teams to prioritize our client’s needs and bring their vision to reality,” said Jeremy Cortesio, project executive at Skanska.


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