Skanska to build $58M cancer center in New Jersey

ConDig (30-Sept-22) Swedish developer and contractor Skanska has secured a $58 million contract to construct an ambulatory care cancer center in Livingston, New Jersey.

Under the deal with WJBarnabas Health, the contractor will build a five-story building on the Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center campus, totaling 13,000 gross square meters. 

The new facility will provide outpatient cancer treatment, including four new linear accelerators and a high-dose MRI unit. A parking garage will also be constructed.

Construction on the project kicked off this month and is slated for completion in July 2025.

In July, Skanska booked a $57 million contract to build a middle school in Bulverde, Texas.

Skanska signed a $78 million deal in April to renovate and expand an acute care services facility in Midlothian, Virginia.

In January, Skanska drove off with a $1.09 billion contract for the Portal North Bridge replacement scheme in New Jersey.