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News Release: Hoar Construction Breaks Ground On Medical Office Building

For Immediate Release

Project is sixth with Houston Methodist system

HOUSTON, TX (Jan. 14, 2020) – Hoar Construction’s Texas Division participated in the groundbreaking ceremony for the Houston Methodist Clear Lake Medical Office Building, the first phase of the hospital’s multi-year expansion plan in Nassau Bay.

The 158,000 square foot, 6-story office building will be home to orthopedics and sports medicine, including two floors dedicated to physical therapy and a sports medicine gym and clinic. The $30 million MOB will also have shell space for future tenants.

“This new medical office building will allow the Houston Methodist Clear Lake hospital to accommodate their growth, as they begin to add physicians across orthopedia, sports medicine, and other specialities,” said Craig Glenn, project executive. “We’re glad to be a part of the team helping the hospital expand its campus and support the local community’s ever-changing healthcare needs.”

This is Hoar’s sixth project with the Houston Methodist system, following successful deliveries of the Central Utility Plant renovation, LinAc replacement at the Cancer Center, cath lab renovation, and site work for the master plan all at the Clear Lake Hospital campus and renovation work at the Sugar Land Hospital campus.

PhiloWilke is the architect on the project.


Hoar Construction, established in 1940, has offices in Houston, Austin, Birmingham, Orlando, Nashville, and Washington, D.C. The firm provides professional services in general construction, construction management, design/build, and program management, serving clients in government, healthcare, retail, commercial, multifamily, and industrial markets.  Hoar currently has projects in 11 states and the District of Columbia. For more information about Hoar Construction, please visit www.hoar.com or visit us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram.

Tiffany Fessler

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