PLANO and ARLINGTON, Texas – (July 20, 2023) – Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP), a national construction management firm, and Reunion Rehabilitation Hospitals, a system of state-of-the-art inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, recently completed two hospitals in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Both hospitals, one in Plano and the other in Arlington, were developed with support from America Development & Investments LLC (ADI), a leading Dallas-based healthcare real estate developer.
The Plano hospital, located on the northwest corner of Mapleshade Lane and Highway 190, is a 55,617-SF custom-built hospital featuring 48 patient rooms, large, high-tech therapy gyms and an outdoor courtyard for relaxation and therapeutic activities. The hospital, situated on 2.5 acres, also encompasses dayroom areas and spaces for physical therapy, staff amenities, food service and dining, and administrative offices. AP and ADI broke ground on the Plano hospital in October 2021.
Recently, Reunion Rehab Plano celebrated its opening with representatives from Reunion Rehab, ADI, AP, the City of Plano, including Council Woman Julie Holmer.
“To be tasked with building two locations for Reunion Rehab across Dallas-Fort Worth is a true honor that AP does not take lightly,” said Michael Ortiz, Adolfson & Peterson Construction Project Executive. “Rehabilitation hospitals play a key role in the healthcare system by aiding people in resuming their daily lives, and it is vitally important to have these facilities close to where people live. This is why we are thrilled to be a part of growing Reunion Rehabilitation Hospitals across the country.”
At 50,800 square feet, Reunion Rehab Arlington is a three-story hospital featuring medical staff rooms and expansive dayrooms for patients, food services and dining areas, fitness and physical therapy spaces and an outdoor courtyard for patients to practice walking on various surfaces and inclines. Located at 4351 Centreway Place, the hospital provides inpatient rehabilitation care for people with debilitating illnesses and injuries such as stroke and brain injury, as well as other complex neurological and orthopedic conditions. This hospital location broke ground in January 2021.
The Arlington hospital also celebrated its opening recently with Arlington Mayor Jim Ross joining executives from ADI, Reunion Rehab, AP and other partners.
“We are excited to complete two Reunion hospitals in the DFW market. The cities and other local officials have been great partners as we worked to finish construction,” said Bryan Whitworth, Partner American Development and Reunion Board Member. “We identified the Arlington/DFW market as areas that could use our state-of-the-art rehabilitation services and look forward to a successful future.”
Reunion Rehab Plano and Arlington will complement each other to serve various areas of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex in providing comprehensive inpatient physical-medicine rehabilitation therapies using results-oriented, individualized plans of care for patients. Reunion Rehab focuses on offering patients best-in-class care provided by the finest caregivers in a unique, community-centric hospital environment.
The Plano location was designed by BSA LifeStructures, while Callaway Architecture designed the Arlington hospital.
AP has a long history of partnering with Reunion Rehab, as they have built three additional hospitals in Phoenix and Peoria, Arizona, and Inverness, Colorado.
AP Gulf States’ current projects include adaptive reuse work at downtown Dallas’ Santander Tower and a Raytheon office campus in Plano. Additionally, AP’s recent notable completed projects include the new PGA of America headquarters in Frisco, Vari’s headquarters with VariSpace in Coppell and Building 18 at Billingsley Company’s International Business Park in Plano. The AP Central Texas office’s notable work includes constructing Sunrise Commerce Center in Round Rock while AP’s Midland-based West Texas office is currently building on an expansion of the Midland College campus and a renovation on the campus of the University of Texas-Permian Basin in Odessa.