The city issued a permit Aug. 10 for the $8 million construction project.
The city issued a permit Aug. 10 for Mayo Clinic’s almost $8 million emergency department expansion at its Jacksonville campus.
The Robins & Morton Group of Orlando will build-out 11,630 square feet of shell space at a project cost of $7.98 million.
Kevin Punsky, Mayo communications manager, said by email July 6 the project will create 14 emergency department patient rooms and 10 short stay/hybrid care rooms.
He said the existing emergency department is about 17,000 square feet with 24 rooms for treatment.
Construction is scheduled for completion by April 2022.
Punsky said the space was created on the first floor of the North addition to the Mayo Building at 4500 San Pablo Road.
He said it will have the support locations such as clean supply, soiled holding, medication supply and allied health staff space.
“The expansion is in an adjacent shell space connected by the Lobby,” Punsky said.
It will be east of the existing emergency department lobby.
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