IMC Construction Hires Health Care Project Director

Arthur Brinkworth brings 32 years of industry experience, including 25 in facilities management, to the role of project manager at IMC Construction. In this capacity, Brinkworth will oversee the company’s health care construction projects.

Arthur Brinkworth, IMC Construction
Arthur Brinkworth, IMC Construction

IMC Construction has appointed veteran health care construction professional Arthur Brinkworth to the role of project director. In his new position, Brinkworth will oversee the company’s health care construction projects and will report to CEO Robert Cottone.

Brinkworth brings 32 years of experience, including 25 in health care facilities management. During his most recent, eight-year tenure as corporate construction manager of Nemours Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children, Brinkworth managed the $288 million, 200-bed pediatric inpatient tower expansion, a $158 million infrastructure project and $350 million in master-plan renovations. Prior to that role, Brinkworth spent 18 years with The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, including time spent as assistant director of project management. He also has six years of engineering design experience, focused on institutional infrastructure, under his belt.

“I’ve spent the last 25 years of my career on the institutional side,” said Brinkworth in prepared remarks. “I look forward to the opportunity to manage and grow IMC’s health care practice with the extensive technical background and emphasis on quality, cost control and lean construction that my past work provided.”

Brinkworth holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Drexel University and is a licensed professional engineer in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is a member of the American Society for Health Care Engineering and National Fire Protection Association.

IMC’s health care portfolio includes completed medical projects for the University of Pennsylvania Health System, Penn Medicine, Main Line Health, Fox Chase Crozier-Keystone Cancer Partnership, Community Volunteers in Medicine and Phoenixville Hospital.

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