TCA Health renovation in South side starts

TCA Health renovation in South side starts

Mosaic Construction, LLC says that it has started work on a medical office renovation project for TCA Health. TCA Health is a medical clinic serving an at-risk community on Chicago’s far south side at 1029 East 130th St. The 2,700-sq. ft. site is a grant-funded project.

The project will update and transform the patient reception area, waiting rooms, private offices, counsel rooms, and connecting corridors in the East Wing to match an earlier renovation of the building. In May 2020, the demolition and renovation of the East Wing started. It will feature new lighting, flooring, paint, acoustic ceiling tiles, stainless steel corner guards, and other finishes complementing the facility.

Mosaic Construction principal Ira Singer said, “We are proud to partner with TCA Health on their East Wing renovation and contribute to a bright, happy and positive environment for both patients and staff as they provide much-needed integrated primary care and behavioral health services to the Chicago south side community.”

The project’s estimated value set by a City of Chicago permit is at $160,000. The permit describes the work as “limited remodeling of existing behavioral health suite in existing community health center. Architectural, HVAC, electrical, fire protection.”

“This new project represents the continued expansion of our work in the healthcare sector including medical office renovation services, interior construction of assisted living and independent living facilities, ambulatory care centers and similar spaces,” Singer said in a statement. “It’s also a great opportunity for us to work with new trade partners and to reinforce our partnership with Manske Dieckmann Thompson, an architecture firm that has been involved with the original building renovation since the beginning.”

Related Posts
Virtual Benefit Dinner for Supporting Racial Equity in Arts
A virtual benefit dinner with artist Amanda Williams and Chef Erick Williams is to be
National Weather Service certifies UIS as a StormReady® University
The National Weather Service has certified the University of Illinois Springfield as a StormReady® University.
Pandemic prompts business closures & early retirements
The COVID-19 Pandemic forced businesses to close down but after more than three months into
City of Champions Cup Team Names Released
The City of Champions Cup will open on July 16th at DuPage Medical Group. The
Springfield Man facing additional federal charges in connection with the killing of Special Deputy U.S. Marshal Jacob Keltner
Floyd E. Brown is facing additional charges in connection with the killing of Special Deputy
Fire Strikes Twice in Attic
Around 12:13 p.m., on Tuesday 7, 2020, Police and Firefighter/paramedics from Des Plaines responded to
Illinois Communities Should Avail the R3
Grant money is still available for Illinoisans through the state’s Restore, Reinvest and Renew program,
Motorcycle and Car Collide
Around 9:38 p.m., on Sunday, July 5, 2020, the Peoria Police Department, Advanced Medical Transport,
Leeds Court Residence Fire
On Saturday, July 4, at 10:39 p.m., Naperville’s Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) received a
Man who fired gun into Murder Victim’s Grave sentenced
A Chicago man has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for firing a