Skanska recently completed Williamson Medical Center’s Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee in Franklin. The $45 million, yearlong project was completed in time for the facility to start accepting patients in May with plans to start accepting surgery patients later this year.

The new 121,000-square-foot facility contains four floors, and in addition to receiving physical therapy and occupational therapy, patients at the Bone and Joint Institute will be able to have medical procedures including CT scans, and pre- and post-operation treatment. The facility includes a gym for physical therapy patients, a bistro area where food can be ordered and a patio area where patients can eat.

The parking area captures its own storm water, thus preventing it from dissipating off-site. Looking ahead, the city will make on-site storm water capture a requirement for new projects.