RICHARDSON, Texas — LandPlan Development recently awarded Adolfson & Peterson Construction a contract for a new medical office building and ambulatory surgical center, located at the corner of Kimzey Street and Locke Avenue in downtown Fort Worth, Texas.
The project, named Park Hill MOB and ASC, includes a 3-story, 51,000-square-foot medical office complex. The first floor will house an 18,262-square-foot ambulatory surgical center, and the remaining two floors will be shell space for future clinics.
The ambulatory surgical center will consist of reception, six pre-op rooms, a procedure room, four operating rooms, sterile preparation, eight PACU rooms, four step-down bays, staff locker rooms, staff lounge and a family waiting area.
A&P has constructed multiple projects for LandPlan in Texas, including Forest Park Medical Center in Southlake.
“A&P is excited to partner with LandPlan to build this important project,” said Bob Lemke, project executive with A&P. “As on all of our projects, our commitment is to provide the highest quality facility, with the greatest attention to safety, while carefully managing the construction process so as to minimize disruptions within the local community.”
David Ransom, AIA, vice president with LandPlan said that “LandPlan is pleased once again to be working with the A&P team. We selected A&P because of their ability to consistently deliver quality facilities on time and on budget. A&P has always provided us with client-driven, project-focused construction services which have resulted in very successful projects for the LandPlan team. We value our relationship with A&P and look forward to the completion of this project.”
Peak construction is anticipated in July 2014, with approximately 150 construction workers on site at that time.
The project is slated to break ground in April 2014 with completion scheduled for December 2014.