Construction to Begin on Fort Worth Ambulatory Surgery Center
announced it has awarded Adolfson & Peterson Construction a contract to build a new ambulatory surgery center and medical office building in Fort Worth, Texas.
The project is expected to break ground in April. The 18,262-square-foot ASC will be on the ground floor of a 51,000-square-foot, three-story medical office building. The other two stories will provide room for future expansion.
The surgery center will have six preoperative rooms, four ORs, a procedure room, four step-down bays and eight PACU rooms.
The project, named the Park Hill MOB and ASC, is expected to reach completion in December.
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