Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Ground Broken for L-G Imaging Center

HCA's Victor Giovanetti addresses the gathered as the shovels await the ground-breaking.^

Karen Waldron framed by a bulldozer.^

Andy Kelderhouse (left) of Waldron Homes and Nancy May of HCA listen to Giovanetti.^

Karen Waldron addresses the gathered in front of the Daleville Town Center.^

Television covers the ground-breaking.^

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The Daleville Town Center continues to march slowly toward making "town" meaningful in its development. Officials from developer Fralin & Waldron, Botetourt County and HCA were on hand at mid-day today to break ground for a $5 million, $19,564 square foot building that will be home to a Lewis-Gale outpatient imaging center and physician practice.

It is a facility about which developer Karen Waldron said, "From the time Fralin & Waldron envisioned the Daleville Town Center, medical services have been seen as a need and an opportunity." HCA Southwest Virginia President Victor Giovanetti said the facility "offers what patients and their physicians are now expecting in healthcare services: highly advanced technology from a convenient, easily-accessible location."

Daleville Town Center will mix residential--and environmentally friendly--housing with shopping and other services for a growing section of Botetourt County in a town-like setting.

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