case study

Current Chiropractic

We’ve been working with Mcullagh & Scott for over a year. We just moved into our beautiful new building and we couldn’t be happier. They listened to me and made sure we were satisfied with the work throughout the whole process. Even after we received the keys Jason still checked on me and if there were any issues and were swift to fix them. I would most definitely work with them again.

Dr. Anne Apatiga

What’s Involved?

McCullagh & Scott was commissioned to design and build a 1500-square-foot facility for Current Chiropractic, a busy practice requiring functional and welcoming spaces to meet the needs of its clients. This ground-up project included the creation of two interior suites, meticulously planned to enhance the practice’s operational efficiency and client experience.

Key features of the project include:

  • Welcoming Lobby: A warm and inviting reception area designed to provide a positive first impression and ensure client comfort upon arrival.
  • Therapy Rooms: Custom-designed treatment and therapy rooms tailored to meet the specific needs of the practice, ensuring optimal functionality and client care.
  • Relaxing Recovery Room: A soothing recovery area where clients can relax post-treatment, contributing to their overall wellness experience.

Through careful planning and execution, McCullagh & Scott delivered a thoughtfully designed space that supports the dynamic needs of Current Chiropractic, providing a welcoming and efficient environment for both practitioners and clients.

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How much do you think this will cost?...or...What is the square foot price?
The cost of commercial construction is very dependent on the type of materials selected along with other choices owners make. That being said, all construction types must pass a plan and cost review in order to be approved by underwriting to ensure that the price point is in line with the open market. If you do not have access to a plan and cost review or an appraisal, please contact us to further review your needs.
Can we fit what we’d like to build?
The Florida Building Code in conjunction with Land Development Code utilizes a matrix to determine what types of buildings can be located in certain types of zoning conditions. If you do not have a FAR calculation readily available, please contact us for better direction.
How long does it take to get a permit?
Common nomenclature refers to having "a permit" as if there were just one permit to obtain from the City or County. This, however, is not entirely accurate in that there are different kinds of building permits and there are multiple government agencies for site work that all need their respective permits in order to proceed with a project. There is also the possibility of needing various levels of re-zoning which is a separate process, but proceeds permitting. The shortest process is 3 months and the longest is 15 months. To better narrow in the time frame please contact us with more details on your project.
How will you help me make the best use of our space in design?
McCullagh & Scott will bring 35 years of experience along with a full design team of various professionals (ie. Architects and Engineers) to fully understand your vision, then through an iterative process will draw out the highest and best use of the space available. If you are interested in having a conversation about your space needs please give us a call.