Construction on Pace in American Canyon

Posted: August 31, 2021

It wasn’t long after the fanfare of a June groundbreaking celebration that work began in earnest on a third NorthBay Urgent Care in American Canyon.

Since the first week in July, workers have completed grading and trench work, and made preparations for underground utilities.

Concrete was poured for the building footings the second week inThe concrete foundation is now in place at the American Canyon site of a new NorthBay Urgent Care Center, which is scheduled to open in summer 2022. It’s nearest neighbors will be a tractor supply company (seen in the photo) and a Dunkin’ Donuts. August and anchor bolts installed. Last week, workers placed slab rebar and met a big milestone by pouring concrete for the building slab, according to Patrick McHugh, director of Construction for NorthBay.

Next up, workers will dig a PG&E trench and tie in sewer, storm water, fire and domestic water lines, said Patrick.

The project is about 10 percent complete and on target so far for tenant improvement to begin in December.

Just like NorthBay Urgent Care centers in Vacaville and in Fairfield, the facility in American Canyon will be operated by NorthBay Healthcare in partnership with Carbon Health.

Recent photos from the American Canyon construction site show progress in the form of a concrete foundation.NorthBay Urgent Care will occupy 4,500 square feet, with 10 exam rooms, X-ray and a laboratory. The building, at 6,600 square feet, will have the capacity to add other medical services in the community in the future.

The facility, at 416 Napa Junction Road, will be in a commercial center on Highway 29, near areas planned for housing and an industrial park. The city has grown from 10,000 residents to 20,000 within the last decade, and expects to hit 30,000 in the next 10 years.



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