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Construction Starts on Naturopathic College in Tempe

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The Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine broke ground on the first phase of a 40,000-sq-ft medical center. The $1.9-million, initial 15,000-sq-ft phase will renovate a 25-year-old corporate office complex in downtown Tempe to be home to a six class rooms teaching space, a retail medicinary, community outreach clinic including 25 private office/exam rooms and a new hydrotherapy clinic. The concept and design phase started in late 2009 and on April 7, the groundbreaking and construction of the project began with general contractor Kitchell.

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The design, by merzproject, a studio of Shepley Bulfinch, creates a healing and educational environment that represents the college’s philosophy and teaching methods based on nature and life in balance. Featuring a combination of light infused spaces throughout the facility, emphasis was put on nature and a healing environment represented through environmental conscious building materials, paired with architecture to assist the naturopathic principles.

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