Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa –New Hospital
Local Jobs Created by the Project and Businesses supported
Over 1,500 jobs will be created and maintained during the planning, design and construction of the new hospital.
These consist of engineers of numerous trades, planning consultants, information technology consultants, building inspectors, all general and sub contractors, legal consultants, environmental consultants, signage consultants, building plan reproduction, and all support staff in these businesses. The list of professional companies and specialty consultants involved in planning and building a new hospital in California is exhaustive.
Partial list of local Engineering and other professionals currently working on the project include:
- Brelje & Race Engineers
- Bruce Aspinall & Associates – land use planning
- Concept Development Associates – signage consultant
- Horticultural Associates – trees and biology
- Illingworth & Rodkin – noise/air quality consultant
- Mead & Hunt – Helipad design
- Quadriga Landscape Architecture & Planning
- Sponamore & Associates – Environmental Planning
- Monk and Associates – Biology consultants (endangered flora and fauna)
Local Contractors working on the project and support of local businesses:
- Action Rentals
- Blakeslee Electric
- Burgess Lumber Co.
- Cameron & Cameron
- Vineyard & Ranch Supplies Inc.
- drafTech Blueprinting Inc.
- Econoline Signs Inc.
- Environmental Noise Control
- Extended Stay/Homestead
- Friedman Home Improvement
- Ghilotti Construction
- Hampton Inn & Suites
- Image Tree Service
- Kenwood Fence Co. Inc
- Mead Clark Lumber Company Inc.
- O'Rourke Electric Inc.
- Party, Tents, & Events
- Peterson Mechanical
- Rental Solutions
- Stevenson Supply Co.
- United Rentals
In addition, County review of plans, permitting process and inspection will support and increase their volume of business that will be paid for by Sutter. This project will maintain existing jobs or in some cases increase staffing at these agencies. There is over $3,000,000 allocated just for testing and inspection services at the new hospital to insure the facility meets all building codes.
The project will also spend over $30,000,000 in medical and other building equipment and furniture and will create jobs for the companies that manufacture and install this equipment and furniture.