In the Summer 2016 issue of Context we look at hospitals, playgrounds, community centers, and senior living projects with an eye on how public health is impacted by design.

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December 21, 2016
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Wohlsen Celebrates Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Main Line Health’s Concordville Center

By Wohlsen Construction
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Concordville Health and Wellness Center

Wohlsen Construction Company and not-for-profit health system, Main Line Health, celebrated the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Grand Opening of the new Concordville Center on Wednesday, December 14th, in Glen Mills, PA.

Designed by architecture firm NELSON, the 131,500-square-foot multispecialty health center features a variety of functions including an urgent care center, space for an extensive network of specialists and primary care physicians, and rehabilitation and physical medicine services. Involved since the preconstruction stage, Wohlsen constructed the three-story health center utilizing structural steel on a concrete slab. The project includes a 510-car, on-grade parking and extensive sitework.

Also included is a 55,000-square-foot fitness center and three saltwater filtered pools. Members will enjoy special fitness evaluations which will tailor their workout routines to their specific illnesses and activity levels.

Wohlsen Construction Company, founded in 1890, has executed dozens of healthcare projects ranging from occupied hospital renovations to out-of-the-ground medical office buildings and is one of the leading merit shop construction firms in the Mid-Atlantic Region. To learn more about our expertise in the healthcare industry and Main Line Health’s Concordville Center, visit www.wohlsenconstruction.com.

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