Stevens Construction in Fort Myers is providing construction management services for Lee Health University Highlands, located at 19511 Highland Oaks Dr., company vice-president/principal Dan Adams said in a June 8 statement.
Burt Hill/Pollock Krieg Architects designed the project.
The contractor is building a two-story, 20,820-sq. ft. primary care office and outpatient center for South Real Estate Group, which is leasing the building to Lee Health.
The outpatient center will house diagnostic imaging such as ultrasound, X-Ray and women’s health services such as mammograms and DEXA scanning.
The outpatient center will also include a lab draw station and an adult physical therapy clinic. The second floor will provide full-scope family medicine and include 16 exam rooms, a procedure room and behavioral health services. The building is slated for completion in early 2023.
The Stevens Construction team includes Mark Pelafas, project manager; Jonathan Purser, superintendent; and Sue Ziegenfus, project administrator.