Nashville-based healthcare real estate developer converts former bowling alley into state-of-the-art outpatient renal care facility
Oman-Gibson Associates (OGA), a Nashville-based national healthcare real estate development and project management firm, has completed the conversion of a former bowling alley into an outpatient dialysis clinic for Vanderbilt Health. The new facility adds to OGA’s growing portfolio of redevelopment projects across the country.
“We are truly excited to partner with Vanderbilt Health on this critical project,” said Bond Oman, CEO of OGA. “This new leading-edge facility allows Vanderbilt Health to provide vital renal care services to local residents. In addition, the project is a great benefit to the community by repurposing and revitalizing a vacant neighborhood property.”
Located at 2906 Foster Creighton Drive, OGA added 7,000 square feet to the existing 20,500 square foot property, resulting in a 27,500 square feet state-of-the-art outpatient medical facility for Vanderbilt Health. Nashville-based Southeast Venture was the project’s architect. Fulmer Engineering, also based in Nashville, served as the civil engineer. Hendersonville-based Olympian Construction managed construction.
The project comes on the heels of a highly successful 2017 for OGA, with the firm reaching $135,000,000 in volume for the year. OGA has extensive experience in developing and managing a wide range of healthcare and other commercial properties not only in Nashville, but across the country. The Vanderbilt facility is the latest of several redevelopment projects for OGA, including converting a car dealership in Birmingham, Alabama, and a grocery store in East Nashville into medical facilities. In all, the firm’s portfolio includes completion of more than 250 outpatient medical facility projects throughout the United States.
OGA is a real estate services and development company based in Nashville, Tennessee. For additional information, visit www.oman-gibson.com.
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