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Wake Spine – 02 – Framing in progress

In the 2nd week of construction on Wake Spine’s latest location, metal stud framing was well underway.  20-gauge metal studs line the halls and divide exam rooms.  Electrical boxes are roughed-in and plumbing work is underway.

Resilient channel is run horizontally from stud to stud to help reduce sound transmission between exam rooms.

The new Raleigh, NC location is expected to be open for patients in January 2018.

The project is being delivered through the Architect-led Design-Build process with Gontram Architecture

Bone & Joint – 02 – Framing underway

Week 2 of construction was busy with wall framing, electrical rough-in, and plumbing. Some walls were treated with resilient channel framing to reduce noise transmission between exam rooms.

 

The new Raleigh, NC location is expected to be open for patients in January 2018.

The project is being delivered through the Architect-led Design-Build process with Gontram Architecture

Bone & Joint Surgery Clinic underway

Construction started last week on the Bone & Joint Surgery Clinic designed by Gontram Architecture. The orthopedic clinic is approximately 10,000 sq. ft. and will include typical medical office spaces (reception, waiting, offices, exam rooms, etc.) with an X-ray suite and MRI suite.

Bone_Joint_2017-10-19-1The new location is expected to be open for patients in January 2018.

The project is being delivered through the Architect-led Design-Build process with Ten Penny Construction, Inc.

Wake Spine Renovation begins

Construction started last week on the Wake Spine clinic designed by Gontram Architecture. The medical clinic is approximately 4,900 sq. ft. and will include typical medical office spaces (reception, waiting, offices, exam rooms, etc.) with two large Treatment Rooms.

The new Raleigh, NC location is expected to be open for patients in January 2018.

The project is being delivered through the Architect-led Design-Build process with Ten Penny Construction, Inc.

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