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Health Care Cassidy Turley to oversee $27.7M United Regional Health Care expansion

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Cassidy Turley Commercial Real Estate Services will manage a $27.7 million renovation and expansion planned for United Regional Health Care System in Wichita Falls.


The renovation includes upgrading 20,200 square feet and adding another 25,670 square feet to United Regional’s emergency department at 1617 Eleventh St. The project is expected to be completed in 2016.


“Members of our team have worked with them before, and Cassidy Turley’s knowledge of United Regional and overall strength made them a clear choice for the project,” said Rick Carpenter, vice president of facilities management for United Regional, commenting in a news release.


Brad Blankenship and Kyle Griffith of Cassidy Turley’s Dallas office will provide development management for the project. Serving as project architect is Perkins+Will of Dallas, with GE Johnson Construction Co. of Oklahoma City as general contractor.


“Cassidy Turley has expanded its service offering to include a burgeoning health care market,” said Blankenship, managing director with Cassidy Turley.


United Regional is the region’s largest health care provider and delivers comprehensive medical care to a nine-county service area. It offers the area’s only Level II trauma center and primary stroke center, as well as 350 beds.




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