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Moore Trosper Construction Company breaks ground on Dobie Road care facility addition

Tuesday, July 25, 2017  
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Renovations will add and enhance service offerings

Moore Trosper Construction Company has been named general contractor for phase I of a renovation of the Ingham County Medical Care Facility (ICMCF) in Okemos, known locally as “Dobie Road.”

Phase I, expected to be completed in May 2018, is the addition of a 61,607-square-foot wing for short-stay rehabilitation and a clinically complex care center. The new wing will offer private rooms with baths, enhanced bariatric services, a therapy gym, an outpatient therapy clinic and therapeutic activities area as well as fine dining restaurant-style services, a beauty shop and spa, office and storage space, a community meeting room and a new driveway and parking lot. Service providers within the wing will be known as the Ingham County Rehabilitation Services Center and Outpatient Therapy Clinic.

At the groundbreaking ceremony on June 27, Mark Stevens, ICMCF administrator and CEO, expressed his excitement about working with Moore Trosper on this important project.

“Moore Trosper Construction Company is very committed to our facility and the work we do here,” said Stevens. “They understand our mission and are willing to do what it takes to get the job done well. The professionals at Moore Trosper really sharpened their pencils to help us accomplish a great deal within our new addition that will allow us to better serve our patients and their families.”

Moore Trosper President Ted Moore has a long history of involvement with the ICMCF and said he is pleased to be chosen to complete a project that means so much to the health and well-being of people from throughout Mid-Michigan communities.

“As a former ICMCF Foundation board member for nine years, I can speak first hand about the great work this organization does for its patients and their families,” said Moore. “I’m extremely proud that Moore Trosper can contribute to the organization’s future success so more people can get the care they need in a patient-centered environment.”

About Dobie Road

Ingham County Medical Care Facility, or “Dobie Road” as it is known, is a 236-bed short-term sub-acute rehabilitation center, long-term care and memory care campus located on Dobie Road in Okemos, Michigan. Established in 1844, it has a proud history of serving the community and improving lives. Dobie Road is a non-profit organization with the bottom line focused on patient care, recovery and comfort. Every dollar earned stays at Dobie and is invested back into the care and services provided for the patients and community.

About Moore Trosper Construction Company

Founded in 1982, Moore Trosper Construction Company is a Native American-owned company based in Holt, Michigan. With expertise in construction management, general contracting, design-build and concrete services, Moore Trosper is an award-winning firm with a solid footprint across the state. Each member of its highly skilled team is responsible for adopting the principles of its quality policy and completing work in accordance with ISO 9001-2015 standards. Moore Trosper prides itself on surpassing client expectations and over-delivering on the unique needs of each project while implementing cost-conscious strategies. Harold Moore and James Trosper founded the company that is now operated by Harold’s sons, Brian Moore and Theron “Ted” Moore. For information, visit www.mooretrosper.com, or follow on Facebook, www.facebook.com/MooreTrosper.

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