Mercy Health New Medical Center – Exterior Finishes Preview


Exterior of new medical centerThis is your chance to see a preview of the exterior finishes of the new Mercy Health Muskegon medical center (minus the blue painter’s tape on the windows!).

Using the Muskegon lakeshore and surrounding natural landscape for inspiration, the mocked up exterior of the new Mercy Health medical center blends wood-like finishes, metal and natural stone to create an inviting and calming environment for our patients.

In addition to beautiful aesthetic design, the new medical center in Muskegon will be an energy efficient, “green” building, and for a while during construction, our building exterior will actually be green due to a layer of protective paneling.

The green metal panel (a “sandwich panel”) will serve as insulation between the interior and exterior of the building, Installation of the green-panel system with windows will make the building watertight to the elements.

Speaking of color, did you notice that bright pink exterior elevator in the background? Metro Elevator—one of the many excellent vendors we work with— is a Midwest-based company that uses pink construction elevators on their projects for breast cancer awareness in October.


imagine. build. TRANSFORM Medical Center Campaign Update: Our Office of Philanthropy staff and the Philanthropy Council members continue their efforts on behalf of the imagine. build. TRANSFORM campaign for the medical center. To date, $7.8 million in gifts and pledges has been secured toward the $10 million goal. This includes gifts from lead donors and our own colleagues who are giving to the We Imagine! Team Club, which now has over 600 colleague and volunteer members. The physician & provider campaign was recently launched and, in 2018, the community-wide campaign will be rolled out. Thank you to everyone who is stepping up to support our new medical center. For additional information, contact the Office of Philanthropy at 231-672-4814 or email



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