New Park Hill MOB and Ambulatory Surgical Center Completed in Ft. Worth

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Adolfson & Peterson recently completed a new Medical Office Building and Ambulatory Surgical Center, located at the corner of Kimzey Street and Locke Avenue in downtown Fort Worth.

ParkHill MOB ASC

ParkHill MOB ASC

The A&P team brought their considerable talents to bear and helped us to achieve our goal of developing quality medical solutions for the Fort Worth market. LandPlan and its partners at Galen Medical look forward to many more successful projects.

Adolfson & Peterson recently completed a new Medical Office Building and Ambulatory Surgical Center, located at the corner of Kimzey Street and Locke Avenue in downtown Fort Worth.

The project, named Park Hill MOB and ASC, was developed by LandPlan Development Corp. of Frisco and includes a 3-story, 51,500 square foot medical office complex. The first floor houses a 16,946 square foot ambulatory surgical center consisting of five operating rooms, associated PACU’s (Post Anesthesia Care Units), Pre-Ops and OBS rooms. The remaining two floors contain shell space for future clinics.

The A&P/LandPlan team encountered numerous challenges on this project, yet overcame these challenges through collaboration and creativity to turn the project over on time and within budget.

“LandPlan is thrilled to have once again associated with the A&P team on another successful project,” said David Ransom, AIA, Vice President with LandPlan Development Corp. “The A&P team brought their considerable talents to bear and helped us to achieve our goal of developing quality medical solutions for the Fort Worth market. LandPlan and its partners at Galen Medical look forward to many more successful projects with the A&P team.”

The key to the project’s success was the effort and dedication from all parties involved. As a testament to the success of the project team, one of the greatest accomplishments was the 100% compliant TDH inspection which took place just before TCO was granted. To accomplish this, A&P’s MEP group worked closely with the project team prior to the TDH inspection conducting a mock inspection which included pre-testing all MEP and life safety equipment. This resulted in zero A&P issues.

“A&P is proud to have served as the general contractor for Park Hill MOB & ASC and to help bring new life to Tarrant County,” said Bob Lemke, Project Executive with Adolfson & Peterson Construction. “This was a great team effort by LandPlan, the subcontractors, A/E team and A&P resulting in a facility that will provide industry-leading healthcare services for many years to come.”

Construction of Park Hill Medical Office Building began in April 2014 and was officially completed on February 20, when the Certification of Occupancy was granted.

Project Details:
Project Name: Park Hill – MOB and ASC
Location: Ft. Worth, Texas
Developer: LandPlan Development
Architect: Ascension Group Architects
Contractor: Adolfson & Peterson Construction

About Adolfson & Peterson Construction

Adolfson & Peterson Construction is a U.S.-based, privately held firm that is consistently ranked among the top 50 construction managers and general contractors in the nation. Founded in 1946, the company has built longstanding commitments to the regions in which it operates and is known nationally for its innovative and collaborative approaches within the building industry. Adolfson & Peterson Construction serves the education, multifamily, healthcare, energy, commercial, municipal and senior living market segments from its offices in Charlotte, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Portland and Tacoma. For more information, visit http://www.a-p.com and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

About LandPlan Development

LandPlan Development Corp. develops affluent residential communities; state-of-the-art hospital and medical office campuses; and first-class office, retail, and commercial buildings. LandPlan also positions its available land holdings for future development.

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