ARCO/Murray Completes Healthcare Laundry for Mosaic Life Care 


The healthcare laundry facility constructed by ARCO/Murray for Mosaic Life Care features 14,400 square feet. (Photos: ARCO/Murray)


Loomis Brothers Equipment Co. provided washing and finishing equipment for the Mosaic facility.

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14,400-square-foot facility completed in less than seven months

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — National design and construction firm ARCO/Murray recently completed a 14,400-square-foot, build-to-suit healthcare laundry facility for Mosaic Life Care located here, the company reports. 

ARCO/Murray provided a complete design-build solution, including laundry facility layout, architectural and engineering design, permitting, construction, and final equipment connections. 

Mosaic started the project using a traditional plan-and-spec approach using local designers and general contractors.

However, after initial pricing was higher than expected, Mosaic partnered with ARCO/Murray to develop a project solution that met the original budget requirements, according to the company. 

Construction began in July 2017 and was completed in just under 7 months. 

The new laundry includes a central dock, an 800-square-foot mechanical room, office area and production space. Loomis Brothers Equipment Co. provided Milnor washroom and Chicago Dryer finishing equipment. Kannegiesser ETECH provided the rail system. 

ARCO/Murray’s Max Potvin was project manager, and John Holdmeyer served as project superintendent. 


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