Taylorsville Dialysis Center
About this Project
8,600 SF | $4.6M | Year: 2017
Coaction Group completed construction on a dialysis center located in Taylorsville, Utah in July 2017.
The medical development serves to meet the needs of dialysis patients in the area by providing much-needed dialysis services to CKD patients.
The 8,600 SF project sits on 2 acres of land just off 54th South and 27th West. The dialysis center is operated by Fresenius Medical and replaces a previous clinic located in Oquirrh, Utah.
The fully completed, turn-key development enhances the area around Taylorsville City Hall. The project was designed to reflect strict client building standards & efficiency while highlighting natural features of the surrounding area.
Kier Construction broke ground in November 2016. Coaction Architectural Group completed the building design and layout while JKG Collaborative completed the hemo design. The project was 100% financed by Coaction Group.
Hemo Dialysis: 8,600 SF
What our colleagues are saying about us…
Coaction is not the type of firm that makes us fit them, they try to fit us.
They give suggestions about how to solve problems. Their customer service is phenomenal.
The clinics we have built with them are beautiful and above and beyond my expectations.
Experience, specific knowledge of our specialty, and the breadth of talent in their organization [are their greatest strengths].
They are extremely accommodating. You don’t have to go out and do a lot of legwork to get the process underway or done.
Coaction’s team makes them stand out from other developers. I always had a team on their side that was working to keep the job going well - scheduling, safety, quality, ordering on time of items with larger lead times and keeping up with getting utilities. Every part of the job Coaction helped with. I want to run my company like they do. I am not just saying that. The contracts were very detailed, strong and fair. [The] plans were the same - very few problems. I felt like it we were all on the same team trying for the same goal. Every time I had a RFI, I was given an answer quickly - EVERY time!