Miro provided structural engineering services for this new five-story, 595,000- square foot inpatient hospital for Poudre Valley Health System. The superstructure consists of a one-way cast-in-place concrete joist and beam system, constructed in a curved floor plate. Grade beams and drilled piers comprise the foundation system. This first phase of the hospital supports 136 beds, as well as state of the art operating and trauma suites, and a cardiac center of excellence. Medical Center of the Rockies
was the first hospital to receive LEED ™ Gold Certification in the western United States.