Stevens Construction begins Lee Health University Highlands

Lee Health University Highlands rendering.

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Stevens Construction is providing construction management services for Lee Health University Highlands, located at 19511 Highland Oaks Drive, announced Dan Adams, vice president/principal, Stevens Construction, Inc.

Stevens Construction is building a two-story, 20,820-square-foot primary care office and outpatient center for South Real Estate Group, which is leasing the building to Lee Health. Located on the first floor, the outpatient center will house diagnostic imaging such as ultrasound, X-Ray and women’s health services such as mammograms and DEXA scanning. The outpatient center will also include a lab draw station and an adult physical therapy clinic. The second floor will provide full-scope family medicine and include 16 exam rooms, a procedure room and behavioral health services. The building is slated for completion in early 2023.

The Stevens Construction team includes Mark Pelafas, project manager; Jonathan Purser, superintendent; and Sue Ziegenfus, project administrator. Burt Hill/Pollock Krieg Architects designed the project.

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