NASHVILLE, TN -- (Marketwired) -- 06/24/13 -- OGA, a national full service real estate services and development company, has broken ground on seven new outpatient clinics in Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Michigan and South Carolina. In total, the projects represent 47,171 square feet of medical space with cumulative project costs of $12,637,000.
"We continue to see a growing demand for outpatient medical facilities all over the country," said Bond Oman, OGA's chief executive officer. "We're excited to be able to help make healthcare services more available for communities nationwide, and in this case, from Phenix City, Alabama, to Roscommon, Michigan."
The new facilities will be located in Bluffton, South Carolina; Columbus, Georgia; Indianapolis, Indiana; Jasper, Alabama; Phenix City, Alabama; Roscommon, Michigan; and Warm Springs, Georgia.
The Bluffton facility, a 6,530-square-foot dialysis clinic, broke ground earlier this month. The ground-up project is located at Okatie Center Blvd in Bluffton, and has a project cost of $2,124,000.
In Columbus , the new 6,138-square-foot building is being built at Shelby Street. Construction cost for the facility is $1,808,000.
The Indianapolis building is a 6,824-square-foot dialysis facility with a project cost of $1,900,000. The new building is located near Community East Hospital at 1208 North Arlington Avenue in Indianapolis.
The facility in Jasper is also a dialysis clinic, a 6,155-square-foot building located at 6th Avenue. The project cost is $1,681,000.
In Phenix City, the 9,165-square-foot building is a relocation of an existing dialysis clinic. The new facility is located adjacent to Jack Hughston Memorial Hospital on River Chase Drive, with a construction cost of $2,072,000.
With land purchased from Village of Roscommon, the $1,374,000 Roscommon dialysis facility is 5,980 square feet. It is located at M-18 Highway and South Line Road.
The Warm Springs facility, also a dialysis clinic, broke ground on June 10. It is a 6,379 square foot building located at White House Parkway. The construction costs are $1,678,000.
OGA develops and manages a wide range of healthcare and other commercial properties nationwide. The company's more than 600 completed projects span the country and include cancer centers, medical office buildings, urgent care facilities, orthopaedic offices, pharmaceutical compounding and infusion suites and behavioral health facilities.
OGA is a real estate services and development company based in Nashville, Tennessee. For additional information, visit www.oman-gibson.com
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