Healthcare

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There’s no better way to make a positive impact in a community than to ensure that quality healthcare is readily accessible. We’ve been fortunate to be involved in many healthcare projects that have significant positive effect in the communities they serve. 

Projects

Benewah Medical Center | Coeur d’Alene Tribe of Indians

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Benewah Medical Center | Coeur d’Alene Tribe of Indians

ProjectMedical Center
RoleProject Manager
Value$17M
Completion2012

Benewah Medical Center provides 50,000 square feet of medical and dental care, counseling and community health services, and houses a laboratory and pharmacy for over 6500 patients. It has been designed to look like it’s part of the earth, “like it has grown out as a formation.” A rotunda showcases to a rooftop garden with a small patio and a view of the town and surrounding mountains. A 1600 square foot freestanding building houses maintenance equipment such as a snow plow and provide extra storage space for supplies that are not regularly delivered.

Elder Assisted Living Center | Puyallup Tribe

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Elder Assisted Living Center | Puyallup Tribe

ProjectElder Assisted Living Center
RoleProject Manager, Support
Value$7.8M
CompletionJuly 23, 2018

A 20-unit elderly care center for Puyallup tribal members. The facility features individual suite and one-bedroom living units, shared day rooms with a family gathering space, outdoor private and shared patios and balconies, perimeter fenced security, nurse call stations, individual WIFI options, shared gardens, parking, and an indoor walkway to the tribes current community House of Respect.

Medical Office Building | Pendleton Pediatrics

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Medical Office Building | Pendleton Pediatrics

ProjectPediatric Clinic
RoleProject Manager
Value$2M
Completion2013

This project was a construction of a 7,000 square foot medical office building clinic with many energy efficient aspects to the design. Complete construction included site development, site work, concrete, framing and painting.

Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center | Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Re ...

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Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center | Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation

ProjectNew Tribal Health Center
RoleProject Manager
Value$26M
Completion2018

Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center provides high-quality, primary healthcare for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) and other eligible American Indians and Alaska Natives living in the service area, which includes Umatilla and Union counties in Northeastern Oregon. Yellowhawk operates a 64,000 square foot facility that encompasses many programs and services such as, primary health care, pharmacy, dental services, behavioral health and community wellness. This facility was designed and constructed in a manner that acknowledges and respects the tribe’s history, culture, and values.  

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