The Korte Company Will Begin Work On A $15 Million Health Center For The Utah Navajo Health System

Construction is scheduled to begin shortly on a 51,576 square foot outpatient health center in Montezuma Creek, Utah. When completed in early 2018, the two-story medical facility will serve the residents of Montezuma Creek as well as the surrounding communities.

The first floor of the health center features 36 exam rooms, 2 treatment rooms, an infusion room, and a laboratory with blood drawing stations. The imaging department supports a radiographic unit with ultra-sound capabilities. A 10-chair dental clinic, behavioral health suite, and space for occupational and physical therapy are incorporated into the overall plan, as well as a pharmacy with a drive-up window. Lobby areas, patient registration, waiting areas and a snack bar are also part of the first floor layout.

Administrative offices, conference rooms, demonstration kitchen, and a break room with an exterior patio area will be housed on the second floor, along with an employee fitness room, locker room and showers.

The overall site plan includes 112 patient and 59 staff parking areas, a helipad, stand-alone main distribution frame room and emergency generator. Landscape areas include native grasses, shrubbery and trees.

The Korte Company, founded in 1958, is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri with offices in Highland, Illinois; Norman, Oklahoma; and Las Vegas, Nevada. The company manages, on average, an excess of $250 million in annual construction volume.

The Korte Company’s project expertise includes building for federal, state and local government agencies as well as the design and construction of healthcare facilities, medical office buildings, warehouse/distribution centers, religious facilities, commercial buildings, schools, recreation centers and office complexes.

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