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News Release: Adolfson & Peterson Construction Completes New Medical Office Building in Southlake


New USPI medical office building, Southlake, Texas. (Photo courtesy of Adolfson & Peterson)

SOUTHLAKE, Tex. – Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP) recently completed a new Medical Office Building for United Surgical Partners, Inc. (USPI) in Southlake, located at the SW corner of Tower Blvd. and Southlake Blvd.

Developed by USPI and designed by E4H Architects, this project includes a ground-up, two-story MOB with approximately 46KSF. The scope of this project included the core/shell building, as well as interiors for 80% of the building.

“It is always a pleasure working with the AP team,” said Deann Manchester, Vice President with USPI. “The teamwork and attention to detail has led to the successful completion of our projects on time and within budget.”

This project represents the 5th project that AP has contracted with USPI and the 9th project with E4H architects.

Construction broke ground in September 2016 and was completed on time and on budget.

About USPI

United Surgical Partners International, Inc. (USPI) is an ambulatory healthcare provider serving more than 2.5 million patients each year and partnering with over 50 not-for-profit health systems nationwide to deliver top tier care to their patients and to help grow their capabilities in the markets they serve. The company currently operates more than 260 ambulatory surgery facilities, 92 urgent care centers and 23 imaging centers. For more information, please visit www.uspi.com.
About E4H Architects
E4H, an architecture firm exclusively focused on the healthcare industry, is dedicated to creating flexible environments for health that enhance the well-being of patients and families through Smart Facility Design.  Formed through the merger of three firms – MorrisSwitzer Environments for Health, Ascension Group Architects, and daSilva Architects – E4H has more than three decades of experience, 5,000 projects completed, and five locations.

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