Clune HealthCare Cares.

As one of the most trusted names in the construction industry, Clune Construction works hard to stay ahead of the ever-changing landscape of Health Care. To that end, we continue to invest in advanced computer hardware and software technologies that aid in the planning and implementation of the construction management process which in turn provide us with a quantitative edge over the competition.

Our talented team of experienced health care veterans is well versed in all aspects of planning, pre-construction and construction for a multitude of medical project types. Their exceptional knowledge of medical systems, cutting edge equipment, processes, regulatory guidelines and infection control coupled with their keen sense of disruption avoidance, enables our clients to maintain a superior healing environment for their patients throughout the construction process. This ensures our health care clients 100% "business as usual", which only goes to prove that Clune HealthCare cares.

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Pat Kinsella

Pat earned a Construction Management degree from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, thus beginning a successful career in the construction industry. Now, as a Vice President for Clune Construction, Pat provides overall leadership and direction for the HealthCare Division. After over 21 years of experience in the construction industry with 11 of those years focused on Healthcare construction, Pat has a well-established track record of successfully delivering projects of various sizes and complexities. His extensive Healthcare project resume includes a wide range of building types, which gives him acutely rounded construction knowledge from which to draw from. Clune HealthCare's list of satisfied clients has grown steadily under Pat's reliable direction. Pat, as well as every member of his Healthcare team, is a Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC) with the American Society of Healthcare Engineers (ASHE). Pat gives back to his community as a member of the Board of Directors of Amate House of Chicago.