Central Indiana Orthopedics’ MedTech Park in Fishers Moves Forward
Envoy, Inc. selected as construction manager and development advisor; Kimley-Horn as engineer
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Together with Central Indiana Orthopedics, Envoy, Inc. announced an agreement for the construction management and development of MedTech Park located on 37 acres in northeastern Fishers. Construction on phase one of the planned development could begin as early as April, with pre-construction bids for the infrastructure improvements already in progress.
“We are very excited to see our Fishers project moving forward,” said Dr. Nimu Surtani, president of Central Indiana Orthopedics. “We look forward to working with the Envoy team, and welcome their experience and expertise to help our project move forward. Our vision remains the same, build a more efficient space for our doctors and staff, allowing us to continue offering comprehensive care and specialized care to our patients.”
First announced in July of 2016, MedTech Park will include a 50,000 sq. ft. state-of the-art medical-office facility—home to Central Indiana Orthopedics—on the southwest portion of the campus. The development will also boast additional medical office developments and amenities to attract young, bright talent to the community, including infrastructure improvements, active greenspace and trail connectivity.
”We are humbled to be selected by a well-established leader in the field of orthopedics and sports medicine to deliver their world-class medical facility,” said Scott Baldwin, principal of Envoy, Inc. “Envoy is equally excited about the opportunity to assist Central Indiana Orthopedics in the development of the remaining parcels.”
As construction manager and development advisor, Envoy, Inc. will work closely with Central Indiana Orthopedics and the City of Fishers to ensure successful realization of the overall vision for MedTech Park. Phase one, consisting of Central Indiana Orthopedics’ new medical facility, will begin construction this spring, and will set the bar for the high-quality development expected for future phases of the technology-focused medical campus.
“MedTech Park creates a dynamic, immediate opportunity for other medical providers to bring services to an emerging area seeing significant growth,” added Scott Baldwin.
About Central Indiana Orthopedics:
Founded in 1950 by Leland Brown, M.D., and Jack Walker, M.D., Central Indiana Orthopedics is a leader in the field of orthopedics and sports medicine that uses advanced training and state-of-the-art techniques to provide specialized care in the areas of ankle, back, elbow, foot, hand, hip, joint replacement and revision, knee, neck, physical medicine and rehabilitation, shoulder, spine, sports medicine, and wrists. Doctors and staff serve as the official team doctors for Anderson University, Ball State University, Indiana Wesleyan University, and Taylor University as well as several area high schools.
About Envoy, Inc.:
For over 25 years, Envoy has built a reputation for providing high-quality construction services for public and private clients across Indiana. Envoy also prides itself on being a transparent, experienced development partner that delivers projects that benefit communities and stakeholders. With over $1 billion in construction and development projects managed, Envoy is a recognized leader in the construction and development industry.