Pillar Architecture | Temple Community Clinic Groundbreaking
The Temple Community Clinic (TCC) moved closer in its mission to provide medical services to more individuals within the community after developers broke ground on the new facility at the corner of West Avenue J and South 31 st in Temple, Texas.
The 13,500-square-foot clinic will consist of medical rooms, offices for medical staff, a lab, an attached community space, and a skylit main area. In conjunction with the expansion of the development, the new central location will provide the opportunity to offer more medical assistance to individuals who are uninsured or underinsured and are not eligible for government health programs.
Our team is grateful for having designed the new clinic and attending the groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate this significant milestone. As the construction of the new clinic proceeds, we will continue collaborating with our partners at Temple Community Clinic, the City of Temple, KPA Engineers, Covey Planning + Landscape Architecture, and Baird / Williams Construction.
From our team: “We worked together to design a space where individuals and families felt comfortable and empowered to get necessary healthcare. We are proud to partner with the Temple Community Clinic as they work toward building a healthier community.”