Stuntzner Engineering provided survey, site civil engineering, and land use planning for the $23M Coquille Valley Hospital reconstruction which was dedicated at the end of April in 2012. Beginning in 2010, Stuntzner Engineering worked for both the Coquille Valley Hospital District and The Neenan Company (a design-build firm from Fort Collins, Colorado) to provide preliminary survey and planning documentation, site and retaining structure design, construction observation, and closeout for this project. Construction consisted of a replacement hospital structure on a relatively small, steep site (retaining walls to 34 feet in height to provide access and parking, and heli-pad). Site design was provided by the architectural arm of The Neenan Co., and Stuntzner Engineering was charged with making the design fit on the site, including necessary utilities, and to make the site ADAAG accessible throughout. This project, as it was constructed within a short time frame, took both the ability to make minor adjustments throughout as design changed and the vision to see how each possible change affected other items of work. Sequencing of construction also required evaluation as to temporary support during construction to enable multiple trades to operate at stages they normally would not be on-site during those stages.