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Construction begins on medical complex addition, surgery center

Stevens Construction is the lead builder.

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NAPLES — Construction is underway on a new medical office complex and expansion project, including an ambulatory surgery center, in Naples.

The project, the Executive Medical Center, is planned as a 27,773-square-foot, three-story addition to the complex, according to a statement. Fort Myers-based Stevens Construction is the builder, and will work on the project while the adjacent existing medical office remains occupied. 

The first floor of the addition will include medical offices, exam rooms and a new state-of-the-art MRI. The second floor will be a completely built-out medical office space available for full-time or part-time (time-share) lease starting in March 2021, the release states. The third floor will be an AHCA-licensed Ambulatory Surgery Center, which will include two operating rooms and two procedure rooms, pre-operating and recovery for outpatient services. 

The site will also be expanded to accommodate the increased square footage for staff and patients along with all required site amenities, including a covered porte cochere, atrium cafe and an emergency generator for the surgery center, the release states.

The Stevens Construction team includes project manager Jon Zander; superintendent, JJ Slaugh; and project administrator Angie Sugg. Studio+ is the architect of record. 

Stevens Construction specializes in providing construction management, general contracting and consulting services to clients and design professionals. It has offices in Fort Myers, Tampa and Orlando.



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