Structure Type: built works - public buildings - health and welfare buildings

Designers: Botesch Nash and Hall, Architects, PS (firm); Synergy Construction, Incorporated (firm); Harold Edward Botesch (architect); Andrew M. Hall (architect); Nash (architect); Lawrence Stewart (building contractor); Pamela Stewart (building contractor)

Dates: constructed 2011-2012

2 stories, total floor area: 42,000 sq. ft.

3823 172nd Street NE
Smokey Point, Arlington, WA 98223

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This 42,000-square-foot medical facility opened to the public on 03/26/2012 and was joint venture between the Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinics in Arlington, WA, and the Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon, WA. It cost $11.5 million to erect, $1 million less than was forecast.

Building History

The Everett-based architectural firm of Botesch Nash and Hall, Architects, PS, collaborated with Synergy Construction, Incorporated, of Woodinville, WA, to complete this medical care facility.

Building Notes

According to the Arlington, the facility as originally configured, provided the "...Cascade Skagit Health Alliance 58 examination rooms and four procedure rooms in primary care, 10 examination rooms and two procedure rooms in urgent care, a short-bore MRI and a digital X-ray, for a starting crew of 14 primary care and three urgent care physicians to practice family, internal and occupational medicine, as well as pediatrics and women’s health, with full lab services. The facility will even host three oncologists and a rotating trio of specialists in not only oncology, but also cardiology and plastic and reconstructive surgery." (SeeKirk Boxleitner, Arlington, "Cascade Skagit Health Alliance opens in Smokey Point," published 03/28/2012, accessed 05/30/2018.)

PCAD id: 22057