A healthcare facility for Tennessee Orthopedic Alliance is complete in Lebanon, Tennessee, with construction beginning on a second project in nearby Murfreesboro.
The project teams include real estate management company Oman-Gibson Associates, with general contractor Dyer Construction and architect Centric Architects for the Lebanon project, and general contractor Batten Shaw and architect Earl Swensson Associates for the Murfreesboro project.
In Lebanon, construction is complete on a 12,600-square-foot facility, which is now open. While the building will primarily serve as a clinical space, it also contains a large physical therapy space, as well as both indoor and outdoor sports performance areas with artificial turf. The project also includes a large studio space for yoga and routine exercises.
In Murfreesboro, a 55,000-square-foot health facility project for TOA is under construction, and will also include a national surgery center operation. The three-story facility will include an imaging suite, hand and physical therapy services, a sports performance space and an outdoor physical therapy turf area on level one, while levels two and three will serve as a clinical space and an outpatient surgery center, respectively. Construction for the Murfreesboro facility is expected to be completed by February 2022.
Renderings: Murfreesboro, Tennessee health facility. Photo courtesy of Earl Swensson Associates.