Medical and dental building coming to Castle Pines
Green products and modern materials inspire the “mountain modern” feel of the Medical and Dental Center of Castle Pines.
By Elean Gersack; Rendering courtesy of Juan Gabriel Luna, AIA, NCARB, architect and principal of Rogue Architecture
Ground breaking is expected this month for the Medical and Dental Center of Castle Pines (MedDentCP). This two-story 25,000 square-foot mountain-modern building will be located next to Walgreens off of Castle Pines Parkway.
As of press time, the site improvement plan, submitted by Rogue Architecture, was headed to the city’s planning commission meeting on June 28 for recommended approval by city staff. “It’s a great addition to the community in terms of jobs and architecture,” remarked Sam Bishop, community development director for The City of Castle Pines.
MedDentCP is a much anticipated project lead by Rogue Architecture and Tim White of White Construction Group in Castle Rock and several existing Castle Pines professionals: Castle Pines Family Dentistry; Castle Pines Orthodontics; Castle Pines Dental Care and Castle Pines Eye Care.
With growing practices and a need for more space and expanded services, these long standing Castle Pines business owners and colleagues decided to invest in the community’s future. Much like individual condo units, each practitioner will own a percentage of the building, land, and common space based upon the size of the owners’ office space.
Drs. Jeff and Stephanie Scheich of Castle Pines Family Dentistry have had plans to increase office space to be more efficient and to have more appointment times available – especially as Dr. Stephanie ramps up her time at the practice as their children reach school age next year. “We want to continue to offer ten-out-of-ten customer service and have a chair available when patients need to be seen. Economically, it just made more sense to buy instead of lease more space,” said the Scheichs.
“It made sense to join the other members of the building at this time, so we could plan to develop our dream office in the community where we practice,” shared Dr. Andrew Dunbar of Castle Pines Orthodontics. “We hope our new office will have better visibility for the public and provide a more spacious and comfortable facility for our growing number of orthodontic families,” he added.
Dr. Matthew Rolfson of Castle Pines Dental Care, who has long sense outgrown his office space after ten years, sees the move to a central location as extremely positive. “We all care about the community and want to promote health and wellness in a united front. It’s time to design a newer office with better and more refined equipment and the latest and greatest technology,” he shared.
Dr. Jason Ortman of Castle Pines Family Eyecare will expand his office space to triple its current size, offering a larger optical and additional pediatric eye care and vision therapy services – all in a more comfortable environment. “This will be a wonderful addition to the area, providing a one stop for healthcare needs,” added Ortman.
According to White, there will be approximately nine to eleven months of construction, so occupy dates look to be early summer of 2013. White also shared that the building has space available for two to three additional professional practices. “As the community has matured, it is the right time to establish a marque building in Castle Pines,” he added.
For more information about the project, visit www.MedDentCP.com. Those interested in learning more about office space may contact Tim White by e-mail.