University of Maryland Capital Region Health (Cheverly Md.), University of Maryland Medical System (Baltimore), and Clark Construction Group (Bethesda, Md.) have announced substantial completion on the University of Maryland Capital Region Medical Center hospital, which replaces the 75-year-old Prince George’s Hospital Center in Cheverly.

The 620,000-square-foot hospital is scheduled to open in summer 2021 and will feature an 11-story patient tower with 205 private patient rooms, 45 emergency room treatment bays, 20 observation rooms, and eight ORs. Services will include emergency care, neonatal intensive care, behavioral health, neurosciences, orthopedics, labor and delivery, critical care medicine, and Level II trauma.

The project team includes Wilmot Sanz (design; Montgomery Village, Md.), Estime Enterprises Inc. (construction management; Lanham, Md.), and Columbia Enterprises Inc. (general contractor; Camp Springs, Md.).