The Free Clinic of Simi Valley is in a new home and Parker Brown is honored to have played a part in the move.
The clinic, which has served the needy in Simi Valley since 1971 with medical, dental, legal and counseling services, is in its new home at 2003 Royal Avenue. Parker Brown handled all of the tenant improvements in the new building under exceptional deadline pressure.
“We couldn’t be happier than we are in the new building, although it is a bit awkward to be doing this during the time of COVID-19,” said Fred Bauermeister, executive director of the Free Clinic of Simi Valley. “Parker Brown was a great community partner for us.” Bauermeister said the pandemic created obstacles for the clinic and the crews from Parker Brown, but working together they were able to meet a “hard deadline” for the move.
The Parker Brown work consisted of a full interior demolition of 8,417 square feet of office space, including asbestos abatement, and the buildout of a new OSHPD3 medical facility, including dental imaging, labs and operating rooms and, exam rooms, with new restrooms and office space.
John Parker, co-founder of Parker Brown, said his firm is committed to community service and was honored to be a part of this important project.
“This new facility has us thinking about our services in the future. The building is much more fitting for what we do,” said Bauermeister. The clinic serves those in need regardless of their ability to pay.