Sky Lakes Collaborative Health Center – On Time and Under Budget!

Excellent article in the Herald and News – Klamath Falls, Ore. about The Sky Lakes Collaborative Health Center, the second largest construction project ever in Klamath Falls, Oregon!

Work is wrapping up on the building’s main four-story steel structure. Watch the steel structure take shape!

The center’s construction is a partnership between Sky Lakes Medical Center, a non-profit, community-owned hospital that serves Klamath and Lake counties and Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), Oregon’s only academic health center. The nearly $50m, 100,000 SF medical office and educational building will improve clinical care, provide an ideal venue for training for OHSU medical students and ultimately enhance the health of the community overall.

The four-story medical building will bring several providers together under the same roof and will also support the OHSU Campus for Rural Health. By consolidating several Sky Lakes primary care clinics, the building will bring more than three-fourths of the primary care physicians in Klamath Falls under one roof to better serve patients and foster a culture of collaboration among all health care providers.

Right now, crews are gearing up to lay out concrete for the first few floors, in addition to mechanical and electrical work inside the building. A huge thank you to our WALSH team of Beverly Culp, Chuck Moore, John Hardesty, Mark Barrows, Mike Sloop, Pete Bruns and Sara Schubert!

Thanks to the local subs and vendors:
Winema Electric, Bell Hardware, Bob’s Excavating, Modoc Contracting, Morello Construction, Henris Roofing, J.B. Steel, Patterson Plumbing, Metal Masters, S & S Sheetmetal, Straight Up Elevator, Wet-N-Wild Sprinklers & Landscaping, Bullet Rentals

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