State-of-the-Art Sleep Disorder Center Opens in Longmont

The Colorado Sleep Institute recently opened its flagship center in Longmont. The 22,000-square-foot, two-story medical facility within the busy Longmont Business Center at 1630 Dry Creek Drive, was built by Brinkman Construction.  It includes six exam rooms, four sleep rooms, three testing rooms, a staff lounge, a large conference room and several administration offices.

The center is designed to treat individuals with sleep disorders utilizing an integrated team approach.  In addition to evaluation, testing and treatments, the Colorado Sleep Institute also conducts academic and clinical research to increase knowledge about patients with sleep problems and guide healthcare decisions, as well as provide patients access to new therapeutic approaches.

This marks their fifth location with existing centers in Boulder, Broomfield, Parker and Frisco.

The project team consisted of design by Boulder Associates, civil engineering by Park Engineering Consultants, structural design by KL&A and mechanical, plumbing and electrical engineering (MEP) by Boulder Engineering.

“The Colorado Sleep Institute is proud to offer this state-of-the-art facility to Boulder County and the City of Longmont,” said Adam Wertz, COO and co-founder. “We look forward to providing continued sleep education and the highest-level of care for the community.”

 Photo courtesy of Brinkman Construction

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