NEW MEDICAL OFFICE BUILDING IN THE WORKS

NOVEMBER 26, 2013
Bozeman Deaconess Health Services is expanding its facilities due to increases in providers and staff and demand for their services.

A new medical office building, Highland Park 5, will be built directly south of Highland Park 2, and will consist of 50,000 square feet in three stories to house existing and new tenants.

“We’ve had lots of growth in recent years,” said John Sommer, senior project superintendent. “Many practices and other services areas are in need of additional space. This new building will allow us to provide it.”

While the new structure is still being designed, the main entrance will face Parking Lot C, like the ER and Highland Park 1 and 2, and rise two stories above that roofline. A connection to the first floor of Highland Park 2 is being considered. Plans call for construction to begin next April, with occupancy by December 2014. Sommer said another medical office building has been part of the Master Plan since 1998, and the go-ahead for construction was given about three months ago.
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