Winkelman Building Co. LLC has a mixed array of healthcare construction experience. In addition to nursing homes and senior housing, we have experience in the development of sub-acute care units, medical and dental clinics, small doctor offices, veterinary clinics, respite facilities,  hospice facilities, and other types of hospital construction projects.

Representative Projects

St. Cloud Orthopedic Clinic

This new 60,000-square-foot Silver LEED designed orthopedic medical clinic features a number of unique elements include a geothermal mechanical system, daylighting, T-8 lighting, skylights, photo light sensors, and high efficiency motors and pumps. The building envelope is constructed on architectural precast wall panels and the roof features EPDM rubber roofing materials. Read more

Sartell Professional Center

Phase I features a 13,500-square-foot office space that can be subdivided into four areas. The second building features 10,000 square feet that can also be subdivided into four spaces. Located in the new Medical Campus area of Sartell, the building is designed primarily for medical and dental clientele. The maintenance-free building exterior consists of stone with a 50-year warranty and steel shingles on the roof. Read more

St. Benedict's Center Sub-Acute Care

The St. Benedict’s Center Sub-Acute Care project consisted of 24 units designed for sub-acute care and 12 units designed for assisted living. Read more

Medical Arts Dental

This 3,000-square-foot dental clinic is designed to accommodate the needs for two dentists. In addition to nine exam rooms with shared digital x-ray capabilities, the nicely appointed reception area features a water wall. Read more

Eye Surgeons & Physicians

Take 16,000 square feet of remodeling, add an additional 2,200 square feet of new construction and install an elevator to the middle of an occupied clinic while it remains open for business and you face the challenges we did at Eye Surgeons and Physicians. Once we created new office space in the basement and staff were able to relocate downstairs, we created a number of new exam rooms and lab testing stations. We moved and created a new retail optical shop, a surgical room and clean room, staff cubicles, new scheduling stations, split the registration area into two new stations and created a new entry and waiting area. A drive-under canopy was added and included radiant heat in the sidewalk and drop-off area to eliminate snow and ice in the winter. The parking lot was also enlarged and a north entry to the parking lot was installed. The entire exterior of the building then received a major makeover with EIFS and a cornice parapet. Read more
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