Allina Health selects RJM for Buffalo Clinic project
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
New clinic to open in July
MINNEAPOLIS—RJM Construction, a Minneapolis-based general contractor, has been selected by Allina Health to complete the interior construction of its new clinic in Buffalo. Last October, RJM began construction of the new 15,200 sq.-ft. medical office building the Allina Health clinic will occupy.
Under development by MedCraft, a national healthcare real estate developer, the single-story building is located at 755 Crossroads Campus Drive in Buffalo. The project site, located near the Buffalo Hospital, had been targeted for development for several years.
“We are excited to be part of this project and contribute to achieving Allina Health’s vision for expanded services in the Buffalo community,” stated Chris Lambrecht, MedCraft senior vice president, construction and development.
When complete, exterior features will include a combination of brick and stucco with glass curtain wall and metal panels accenting the patient entrance.
Allina Health is opening an additional clinic in Buffalo. The new clinic will provide a healing environment to serve the primary care needs of all Wright county residents.
In addition to RJM Construction and MedCraft, the project team includes architect BWBR, civil engineer Loucks and structural engineer Ericksen Roed & Associates.