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February 1, 2016
Neighborcare Health open the $22.5 million Meridian Center for Health at North 105th Street and Meridian Avenue North in Seattle.
The health center is expected to serve at least 14,000 people seeking medical, dental and behavioral care. Valley Cities and Public Health Seattle & King County will also operate in the building.
The 45,000-square-foot center was built less than 20 feet from the old clinic, creating challenges for construction, deliveries and staging. Inside, a "Healing Wall" was made from thousands of strips of salvaged wood assembled in the background with slabs of western red cedar in front.
Neighborcare Health cares for more than 55,000 low-income patients in 26 clinics throughout Seattle.
Owner: Neighborcare Health
General contractor: Lease Crutcher Lewis
Development manager: Spectrum Development Solutions
Structural engineer: Lund Opsahl
Civil engineer: KPFF
Mechanical and electrical engineer: Glumac
Landscape architect: Site Workshop
Healing Wall: Live Edge Woodworks
Building structure subcontractors: SunSteel, Coastal Steel, and CalPortland. Exterior enclosure subcontractors: Northshore Sheet Metal, Goldfinch Brothers, J&S Masonry, SQI. and DeaMor
Site subcontractors: Fruhling, Modern Sewer, Appian, Specialized Landscaping, and L&M Industrial Fabrication
Specialty subcontractors: NW Wind & Solar, Tube Art Group, Columbia Fire (design-build fire protection), Emerald Aire (design-assist HVAC), Auburn Mechanical (design-assist plumbing), and Nelson Electric (design-assist electrical)
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