Puyallup Takopid Clinic

Phase 1 of this project included a two story, 11,000 square foot addition constructed of ornamental brick veneer, storefront and curtain walls. Work included demolition, site work and landscape restoration. The addition includes a new pharmacy, exam and procedure rooms, X-Ray areas and an elevator. All work was phased and night shift work was implemented to prevent noise and allow continual operation of health clinic.

Phases 2-4 included renovation of a total of 56,072 square feet of the clinic, spanning across two stories. Renovation work consisted of updating the pediatrics, Community Health, Patient Accounts, Adult Medical, Health Records, IT Training, Server Room, and Central Sterilization areas. HVAC roof equipment and Server equipment was also upgraded. This work involved extensive planning so that the switch from the old equipment to the new allowed a seamless transition as to not disrupt the clinic’s operations.

A patented, modular interior partition wall system was utilized on the project allowing for off-site manufacture of DIRTT Wall® elements. This system allows work surfaces, overheads, displays, and any other object to be mounted seamlessly on the surface, without damage.

Phase 5, our most recently-completed work on the facility, included a full remodel of the existing lobby area to provide a more contemporary design, as well as construction of a new staff lounge with an 800 square foot mezzanine.

Korsmo Construction teams continue ongoing phased work on the Takopid Health Clinic.

We have continued serving patients throughout this multi-year Project without ever closing, for which much credit goes to Korsmo’s skill at sequencing construction and sensitivity to the needs of our patients, staff and community.

— Will Jones, Chief Compliance Officer: Puyallup Tribal Health Authority

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