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Orthopedic Center Tops Out in Wyoming

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Colorado-based Vertix Builders recently celebrated the topping out of a new 21,000-square-foot surgery center and physical therapy building in Laramie, Wyoming.  The new building is being built on behalf of Premier Bone and Joint, an orthopedic group serving patients throughout the state of Wyoming as well as athletes from the University of Wyoming for over 40 years.

Vertix is working again with the owner’s rep, Somerset CPA, and architect, TreanorHL.

Upon completion, the $11 million, state of the art surgery center will provide doctors and patients with a modern facility providing a full range of surgical care, from basic procedures to total joint replacements.  It will include three operating rooms, physical therapy gym, and be built on their current site while their other building remains in operation.

“It’s very exciting to play a part in caring for Wyoming’s residents and athletes,” said Ryan Bonner, president of Vertix Builders.  “We’re proud to be on schedule to deliver a surgery center and physical therapy building this highly efficient and modern.”

Photo courtesy of Vertix Builders

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