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Last Updated 07/25/2022 12:37 PM
Project Title

Norton Healthcare Hospital at Opportunity Campus

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City, State (County) Louisville, KY 40211   (Jefferson County)
Category(s) Heavy and Highway, Medical
Sub-Category(s) Hospital, Paving/Reconstruction, Site Development
Contracting Method Bids by Invitation
Project Status Obtained from a credible source, Awaiting verification, Construction start expected June 2022
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Estimated Value $70,000,000 [brand] Estimate
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Description June 28, 2022 Goodwill Industries of Kentucky and Norton Healthcare broke ground on the Norton Healthcare Goodwill Opportunity Campus at 28th Street and Broadway on Tuesday morning. Together, Goodwill and Norton Healthcare are investing more than $100 million to transform a 20-acre brownfield site in the Parkland neighborhood into an "opportunity campus" that will include the 120,000-square-foot Goodwill Opportunity Center and Norton West Louisville Hospital, the first hospital in the area in more than 100 years. The campus will also house a collection of local social-service agencies that will work together to serve an estimated 50,000 people annually. Amy Luttrell, president and chief executive officer of Goodwill Industries of Kentucky, said the investment being made by Goodwill, Norton and their community partners will go a long way towards correcting some of the economic and health disparities that exist in West Louisville. "We decided to call this an opportunity campus, because the word opportunity means that conditions are ripe for success," Luttrell said during the groundbreaking. "We see a lot of people who have never in their lives had conditions that were very favorable for their success, and when those conditions are favorable, we see them do great things." Among the organizations expected to have programs on the campus are Kentuckiana Works, YMCA of Greater Louisville, Big Brothers/Big Sisters and the Legal Aid Society. Park Community Credit Union will have a branch on the campus and will offer financial literacy classes. Goodwill announced its partnership with Norton Healthcare in February. Norton Healthcare's $70 million hospital will feature adult and pediatric care, a 24-hour emergency department, inpatient services and outpatient functions. Russell Cox, CEO of Norton Healthcare, said the new hospital is an outgrowth of Norton's commitment to health equity. He added that the facility will not only focus on primary care, but specialty care areas like women's health and cardiology. Cox said Norton is looking forward to collaborating with the health centers and independent providers that have served West Louisville for years. "I want to thank them for all that they've done and will continue to do," Cox said. "I've always believed that good things become great things when you partner with others who have common goals." During the groundbreaking ceremony, Cox called Rev. Kevin Cosby of St. Stephen Baptist Church and Rev. Bruce F. Williams of Bates Memorial Baptist Church to the stage. He thank both ministers for their support of the project and Norton's other efforts in West Louisville. Economic impact Goodwill is expected to bring nearly 200 jobs to West Louisville that will pay an average of $59,000 a year. Luttrell said her organizations also expects to help nearly 600 people a year find employment. Norton West Louisville Hospital is expected hire up to 150 workers in what Cox described as well-paying jobs. The company is already one of Louisville's largest employers, with more than 14,400 local full-time employees in 2021, according to Business First research. Luttrell said the estimated economic impact of the new campus is about $19 million annually. The project will also create up to 400 construction jobs. Both Goodwill and Norton Healthcare plan to spend a minimum of 27% of their respective construction budgets for the campus with Minority-owned Business Enterprise (MBE) organizations and are committed to utilizing minority workers to fill a minimum of 25% of the jobs needed to build their facilities. Additionally, Goodwill is encouraging vendors on the construction site to support its mission by hiring workers who live in West Louisville and also job seekers in need of second-chance employment opportunities. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear, who was in attendance for the groundbreaking, called the Opportunity Campus another big economic win for the state following last year's announcement of two electric vehicle battery plants. He promised more good things are coming to West Louisville. "My commitment as governor is that this is not going to be the only time we announce a project of this size in this area," Beshear said. Several other politicians and community leaders were also on hand for the groundbreaking ceremony. The Goodwill Opportunity Center is expected to be complete in 2023, while Norton Healthcare's hospital is expected to be complete in 2024. _________________________________________________________ Plans call for the construction of a 40,000 to 60,000-square-foot hospital. As of June 22, 2022, no applications have been submitted for building permits. Information regarding a general contractor has not been disclosed. Although a firm timeline cannot currently be established, construction is not expected to commence prior to third quarter 2022. *Project information, including timeline and contacts, has been obtained through public sources. The content management team continues to pursue additional details; however, the contact(s) listed have yet to disclose or confirm any information. Inquiries should be directed to the contact(s) listed.


60,000 SF.
Division 02 - Existing Conditions, Subsurface Investigation.
Division 03 - Concrete, Concrete Forming, Cast-in-Place Concrete, Precast Concrete.
Division 04 - Masonry, Unit Masonry.
Division 05 - Metals, Structural Metal Framing, Metal Joists, Metal Support Assemblies, Healthcare Metal Supports.
Division 06 - Wood, Plastics, and Composites, Rough Carpentry, Finish Carpentry.
Division 07 - Thermal and Moisture Protection, Dampproofing and Waterproofing, Thermal Protection, Weather Barriers.
Division 08 - Openings, Doors and Frames, Specialty Doors and Frames, Entrances, Storefronts, and Curtain Walls, Windows, Louvers and Vents.
Division 09 - Finishes, Plaster and Gypsum Board, Tiling, Acoustical Ceilings, Flooring, Resilient Flooring, Painting.
Division 10 - Specialties, Compartments and Cubicles, Toilet Compartments, Partitions, Service Walls, Patient Bed Service Walls, Wall and Door Protection, Toilet, Bath, and Laundry Accessories, Fire Protection Specialties, Fire Protection Cabinets, Fire Extinguishers, Storage Assemblies, Protective Covers.
Division 11 - Equipment, Mercantile and Service Equipment, Vending Equipment, Foodservice Equipment, Ice Machines, Cleaning and Disposal Equipment, Healthcare Equipment, Medical Sterilizing Equipment, Examination and Treatment Equipment, Patient Care Equipment, Operating Room Equipment, Solid Waste Handling Equipment.
Division 12 - Furnishings, Window Blinds, Casework, Furniture, Seating, Institutional Furniture, Healthcare Furniture.
Division 13 - Special Construction, Radiation Protection.
Division 14 - Conveying Equipment.
Division 21 - Fire Suppression, Fire-Suppression Sprinkler Systems, Fire-Extinguishing Systems.
Division 22 - Plumbing, Instrumentation and Control for Plumbing, Plumbing Piping, Plumbing Equipment, Healthcare Plumbing Fixtures, Drinking Fountains and Water Coolers, Gas and Vacuum Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities, Compressed-Air Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities, Vacuum Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities, Gas Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities, Chemical-Waste Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities, Processed Water Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities.
Division 23 - Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC), Instrumentation and Control for HVAC, HVAC Piping and Pumps, HVAC Air Distribution.
Division 25 - Integrated Automation.
Division 26 - Electrical, Instrumentation and Control for Electrical Systems, Substations, Interior Lighting, Emergency Lighting, Exit Signs, Special Purpose Lighting, Healthcare Lighting, Exterior Lighting.
Division 27 - Communications, Structured Cabling, Data Communications, Voice Communications, Audio-Video Communications, Distributed Audio-Video Communications Systems, Paging Systems, Public Address Systems, Intercommunications and Program Systems, Healthcare Intercommunications and Program Systems, Healthcare Communications and Monitoring Systems.
Division 28 - Electronic Safety and Security, Electronic Access Control and Intrusion Detection, Electronic Surveillance, Fire Detection and Alarm, Radiation Detection and Alarm.
Division 31 - Earthwork, Site Clearing, Grading, Soil Treatment.
Division 32 - Exterior Improvements, Bases, Ballasts, and Paving, Flexible Paving, Rigid Paving, Curbs, Gutters, Sidewalks, and Driveways, Paving Specialties, Parking Bumpers, Pavement Markings, Fences and Gates, Planting Irrigation, Planting.
Division 33 - Utilities, Water Utilities, Sanitary Sewerage Utilities, Storm Drainage Utilities.

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