Adolfson & Peterson Construction Taking Lead on New Texas Rehab Hospital

By HCO Staff

ARLINGTON, Texas—Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP), a top national construction management firm and general contractor, and Reunion Rehabilitation Hospitals, a system of state-of-the-art inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, announced the groundbreaking of a new location in Arlington with support from America Development & Investments LLC (ADI), a leading Dallas-based healthcare real estate developer.

Located at 4351 Centreway Place, the hospital will offer inpatient rehabilitation care for people with debilitating illnesses and injuries such as stroke and brain injury, as well as other complex neurological and orthopedic conditions.

“AP is proud to add Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital Arlington as the fifth location across three states in our continued partnership with Reunion and ADI,” said Bob Lemke, vice president of operations for AP. “As the demand for accessible resources like this grows alongside DFW’s rising population, AP is looking forward to extending these much-needed services to the Arlington community.”

Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the nation’s fastest-growing regions, according to recent U.S. Census Bureau estimates. Conversely, there is a lack of modern rehabilitation hospitals in the area. As Texas’ seventh-largest city, Arlington will benefit greatly from the services provided at Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital’s latest DFW location.

At 50,800 square feet, the three-story hospital was designed by Callaway Architecture and consists of standard steel construction with masonry veneer. The hospital features food services and dining areas, fitness and physical therapy spaces, medical staff rooms and expansive dayrooms for patients, and an outdoor courtyard for patients to practice walking on various surfaces and inclines. Moreover, the hospital’s location just off I-20 – approximately four miles west of its intersection with Texas State Highway 360 – provides easy access for patients in both North and South Arlington.

“We are very pleased to have our third project starting with Reunion Rehabilitation Hospitals and ADI, which will also be our first Reunion project in Texas,” said Mark Daniels, president for Callaway Architecture. “We are also particularly pleased to once again be collaborating with AP and look forward to repeating the success of our earlier collaborative efforts for the Reunion team in Arizona.”

Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital Arlington is expected to open in January 2023 and will provide comprehensive inpatient physical-medicine rehabilitation therapies using results-oriented, individualized plans of care for patients in the Arlington area. The new hospital’s mission is to provide patients with best-in-class care provided by the finest caregivers in a unique, community-centric hospital environment.

The new hospital will also enable DFW residents to build fulfilling careers and join a team of excellent clinicians and support staff, including specialty-trained physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians.

Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital Arlington is one in a series of inpatient rehabilitation facilities that Reunion plans to develop across the country. In addition to the new Arlington hospital, ADI is developing a 55,617-square-foot hospital in Plano, Texas, a 47,000+ square-foot hospital in Englewood, Colorado, a 49,128-square-foot hospital in Peoria, Arizona, and a 51,000-square-foot hospital in Phoenix, Arizona.