Rendina, one of the nation’s leading healthcare real estate development firms, announces the completion of the 35,000 square-foot Mainland Medical Arts Pavilion in Texas City. The new state-of-the-art healthcare facility is conveniently located adjacent to the campus of Mainland Medical Center, just off of the Emmett F. Lowry Expressway. Rendina was responsible for all development activities, including construction management, leasing and tenant improvement coordination.
“We are excited to complete construction of a facility that houses some of the best physicianpractices in Galveston County,” said Steve Barry, Senior Vice President, Business Development & Leasing for Rendina. “This new facility will provide the community with access to leading physicians and the latest medical technology, all within walking distance to the hospital.”
The new medical office building provides office space for an impressive mix of physicians, including the area’s leading multi-specialty group, the Beeler-Manske Clinic. The BeelerManske Clinic, which is occupying the entire second floor of the two-story facility, has a long tradition of providing quality care in the region dating back to 1936. With nine physician providers, the Beeler-Manske Clinic focuses on family practice, internal medicine and cardiology as well as providing lab and imaging services. In addition to the Clinic, the facility is also the new location for prominent specialists including The Eye Clinic of Texas, Texas Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists, Interventional Pain Specialists of Texas, Gateway Chiropractic, and Quest Diagnostics.
Davis Stokes Collaborative, an architectural firm based in Nashville, Tennessee, provided a comprehensive array of professional design services for the project. Cox Schepp Construction served as the general contractor, based on their reputation of providing quality healthcare facilities.