Adolfson & Peterson Completes Medical Office Building Last Month in Southlake
Dec 16, 2014 02:29PM ● Published by Kevin
Adolfson & Peterson recently completed a new Medical Office Building at the Southlake campus of Forest Park Medical Center, according to a press release by Jody Lee of Adolfson & Peterson Construction last month.
The new medical office building includes a 4-story, 88,159-square-foot structure, with a grand entrance atrium, elevator core, and shell space for future clinic tenants. The new medical office building was designed by GSR Andrade to maximize the aesthetic balance of the campus by utilizing a stone veneer which matches the existing hospital’s exterior finish.
A two-story enclosed connector joins the new MOB with the existing Forest Park Medical Center Southlake hospital, completed by Adolfson & Peterson (A&P) in April 2013.
A&P’s team of construction professionals overcame numerous challenges to bring this project in on schedule and within budget. Namely, the team encountered multiple weather delays which prevented work on the site. Still, the project team was able to manage the schedule in order to bring the project in on the original timeline.
The new MOB building is the latest in a long line of projects which A&P has partnered with LandPlan and Neal Richards Group to build.
In all, A&P has built nearly one million square feet of hospitals and medical office space under the Forest Park Medical Center brand throughout Texas.
Forest Park Medical Center, a physician-owned hospital system, currently operates state-of-the-art medical facilities in Dallas, Frisco and Southlake, Texas focused on providing unsurpassed surgical specialty care. Texas campuses currently in development include Fort Worth, San Antonio and Austin. For more information, visit forestparkmedical.com.