Franciscan Health Crown Point Hospital

Crown Point, Indiana will be the new home of Franciscan Health hospital, a $200 million project. Having first opened in 1974, the current hospital complex is out of date. Keeping the hospital current with today’s standards has become increasingly costly due to the technological advancements that happen daily in the medical field. This new hospital is a landmark development for Crown Point and represents a new age of health care in Northern Indiana.

The new building and campus are located on the southeast corner of Interstate 65 and U.S. 231. The hospital will be a full-service, state-of-the-art facility that will be completed by the winter of 2024. The building will stand seven stories tall with 165 hospital beds. The facility will be the centerpiece of the Franciscan Health Crown Point campus that will include expanded medical and educational spaces.

To ensure easy drop-off and pick-up of patients and visitors, an airport-style main entrance will be utilized. The ground floor of the hospital will be for the emergency department and imaging. The second floor will include the surgical department, ICU, and prep/recovery for the surgical department. The building’s mechanical systems will complete the building on the third floor. Other features include 983 parking spaces, a helicopter pad, and an emergency ambulatory entrance.

Eriksson Engineering Associates, Ltd (EEA) is proud to be part of the HOK-led project team as a subconsultant. Our firm is providing civil engineering, traffic engineering, parking, and landscape architecture services. The project broke ground in September 2020. As this project is part of an overall development plan for the area, EEA has developed a phased infrastructure plan with INDOT improvements including a roundabout intersection.

Scope of work icon Scope of work Civil Engineering, Landscape Design, Parking Services, Traffic Engineering
Owner icon Owner Franciscan Health
Architect icon Architect HOK
Construction Manager icon Construction Manager Tonn and Blank Construction