By HCO Staff
NAPLES, Fla.—Stevens Construction recently completed an interior renovation for Fountain Life, located at 1000 Immokalee Blvd., Suite 90, announced Daniel F. Adams Jr., executive vice president for the building firm.
Stevens Construction transformed a 9,234-square-foot vacant retail space into Fountain Life, whose mission is to change health care from reactive to proactive. The new Fountain life Center includes multiple patient suites, treatment rooms, an infusion room, offices and diagnostic testing such as DEXA scan, CT scan and MRI. Adorned with refined finishes such as a barrel-vault ceiling, opaque frosted glass doors, wood-accented grid ceilings and LED lighting, Fountain Life brings together the world’s most renowned medical and health experts to boost longevity and performance by utilizing cutting-edge artificial intelligence to collect data and gain insights into the human body that have never been possible before.
The construction team included Superintendents Rich McDonald and Gary Tipton, Project Administrator Angie Sugg and Project Manager Jay Wolfe. Fountain Life was designed by HuntonBrady Architects.
With offices in Fort Myers, Tampa, Sarasota and Orlando, Fla., Stevens Construction specializes in providing construction management, general contracting and consulting services to clients and design professionals.
Fountain Life brings together renowned medical and health experts to boost longevity and performance by utilizing cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence.