PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – IMC Construction will break ground this week on a new $32-million medical office building for Main Line Health in partnership with Axia Women’s Health. The 94,000-square-foot facility in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania will be a specialty-care center for women.
“This facility will address the preventive, diagnostic and treatment needs of women in the King of Prussia community,” said Art Brinkworth, healthcare project director for IMC Construction. “Logistically, the building will be easily accessible by car or public transportation, patients will be able to move directly from the parking deck to the outpatient center and it will contain a café and secure child care area for parents using the facility.”
The seven-story health center and four-story parking garage will be located in the Town Center mixed-use complex at the Village at Valley Forge. Composed of precast architectural concrete and metal panels, construction is targeted for a sustainability level of three Green Globes, on a scale of one to four.
Services provided by the new center will include primary care, heart health, obstetrics and gynecology, breast health, skin care and emotional wellness. An ambulatory care center within the facility will offer services to men and women, including cardiology and cardiac testing, endocrinology, neurology, orthopedics, imaging, physical therapy and lab services.
The Main Line Health team includes construction manager IMC Construction; architect NELSON; development manager Anchor Health Properties; site/civil engineer Bohler Engineering; m/e/p engineer Pisarek Engineering; structural engineer O’Donnell & Naccarato; design consultant Perkins Eastman Black and landscape architect Glackin Thomas Panzak.
Rendering courtesy of NELSON Architects.