Gov. Tony Evers and members of his administration on Tuesday visited two ongoing construction projects for healthcare and first responders in Park Falls and Oconto Falls to highlight health infrastructure project funding awards.
The governor visited the ongoing $35 million Marshfield Medical Center – Park Falls project to maintain the facility’s aging infrastructure. Clinic improvements received the help of a $20 million grant from the state’s Healthcare Infrastructure Capital Investment Program, Marshfield Clinic Health System officials said.
The clinic system named Miron Construction Co. as the general contractor and BWBR as the primary architect. Clinic officials first announced the project in 2021, and the governor’s grant kicked in during 2022.