Outpatient Projects: ERDMAN, city keep moving on $33M collaborative health project in Oregon

BEAVERTON, Ore. – One can certainly say that local officials in Beaverton, a large suburb of Portland, are heavily involved in bringing a new healthcare complex for low-income residents to their city.
In fact, city councilors recently confirmed their support of the potential development of a $33 million outpatient health center that could include multiple providers and agencies that would provide services to underserved patients.

It looks as if the city is moving forward with a plan to have the project developed on land that city currently owns but would transfer to a developer. Evaluating the feasibility of such a project in recent months has been Madison, Wis.-based ERDMAN, which, if chosen as the developer, would likely partner with San Diego-based Pacific Medical Buildings.

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