December 12, 2019
Vancouver Clinic plans to build a new clinic in Camas, WA, to meet patient needs for healthcare delivery, privacy and convenience. McKinstry is continuing its relationship with Andersen Construction on the project, which is slated for construction completion in September and will open to patients in late November 2020.
The new facility will be a two-story, 26,400 square-foot medical office building that will include a phlebotomy lab and imaging, as well as primary and urgent care. The facility is the eighth Vancouver Clinic facility and will be constructed to accommodate future growth through a potential 30,000 square-foot phase two expansion.
McKinstry’s Cameron Hankins says, “McKinstry will streamline project delivery for the Camas facility by applying the lessons learned from the Ridgefield clinic (a 15,400-square-foot clinic in Ridgefield, WA completed this summer). This includes advancements in offsite fabrication and kitting, as well as ordering materials early to maintain project pace if construction goes faster than expected.”
*Rendering Courtesy of ZGF Architects
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