A national and privately held construction management company, Suffolk Construction Company, Inc has announced its expansion in the healthcare sector by launching a National Healthcare Group, which consists of experienced healthcare construction professionals and leaders. The new health care group by the construction management company will be located in a strategic site with high concentration of national for-profit and not-for-profit healthcare organizations—in Nashville, Tennessee.
Suffolk construction management company has distributed more than 500 healthcare projects around the country, with an estimated total worth of $2.5 billion.
The construction management company’s new National Healthcare Group will be led by Terry Brantley, the company’s executive vice president who is managing healthcare programs and construction projects across the country.
The new national healthcare group will also increase and help strengthen Suffolk’s existing regional relationships, teams, and expertise, which will produce a healthier momentum and broaden the construction management company’s growth of its healthcare presence nationwide.
According to a statement by Suffolk’s CEO John Fish, the company’s healthcare division has increased by about 20 per cent for the past couple of years, which indicates a strong energy in the healthcare sector, on a national and the regional level.
Fish also said that by establishing a national health care group in Nashville will strengthen Suffolk’s presence at the national healthcare construction market’s epicenter.
The new health care group will allow the company to influence its team’s strong relationships national and reach across the whole country.
Suffolk is a construction management company that has various offices in Southeast, West Coast, Northeast, and Mid-Atlantic.