Medical Buildings : Sports Medicine Facility Opens on Site in Riverside

A $1.7-million, 17,000-square-foot sports medicine facility, designed to be the therapy and rehabilitation center for Inland Empire colleges, high schools and the U. S. Karate and Water Ski teams, has opened in Riverside at 4444 Magnolia Ave.

Known as the Community Orthopedic Medical Group of Riverside Inc. and SPORT (Sports Physiology and Orthopedic Rehabilitation Therapy) Clinic, the 17,000-square-foot facility was built by CPE Engineers of Irvine.

Renovation Under Way

A $6.18-million renovation program designed by Lane Architectural Group of Woodland Hills to modernize psychiatric in-patient facilities to meet new federal and state standards is under way in the 28-year-old, two-story, 376-bed Chronic Treatment East building at Metropolitan State Hospital in Norwalk. Completion is scheduled in the fall.

VA Addition Planned

Construction is expected to begin late this year on a $2-million cogeneration system and three new emergency generators in a 6,000-square-foot addition to the Veterans Administration Medical Center in La Jolla. Stueven Associates has been retained to provide mechanical engineering design.

Office Plaza Completed

The $8-million, 60,000-square-foot Holy Cross Medical Office Plaza, designed by Barasch Architects & Associates Inc. of Pasadena and developed by RPI Services Inc. of Arcadia, has been completed in Mission Hills.

Kaiser Addition Rising

Construction is under way on the $16.4-million, five-floor, 90-bed addition at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center of West los Angeles.

Designed by Rochlin & Baran Associates Inc., the 127,000-square-foot project is expected to be completed in 1986.

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