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Pacific Northwest Audiology Building Progress, 12.09.2015 – Bend Oregon

Dr. Li-Korotky
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After a week of warmer temperatures, occasional rain, some strong winds, and snow-melt from the blizzard we endured two weeks ago, construction workers are working overtime so Pacific Northwest Audiology can move in to the new building by April 1! 

In the figure above, panels 1 and 2 show the building from the NE and NNE respectively (see the arrows in panel 6). You can see the architecturally interesting roof line.

To give you a sense of the scale of this 5000 sq. ft. building, panels 3 and 4 show a couple of interior shots looking in opposite directions from the center of the building. Panel 3 indicates where two 10 foot sound-booths will call home and panel 4 looks westward from the future reception area to the future staff break area (left), the future conference center (back), and an elaborate waiting area and technology retail center.

The sound booths will be built in their permanent locations next week. They are the center piece of our hearing center, and we are proud to have the “Cadillac” of sound booths. It’s not an ego thing; we want to ensure that our clients get the most precise test results, so they can also get the best treatment options.

Pacific Northwest Audiology never takes shortcuts on technology, because our audiologists are Doctors of Audiology. They have the professional credentials, training, and experience to use the most sophisticated technology, so that is what we get to best serve your needs.

Panel 5 shows the SW corner of the building from the rear, and Panel 6 shows the location of our clinic relative to High Lakes Health Center.

Pacific Northwest Audiology will move to the Shevlin Health and Wellness Center this coming April. Winter weather may slow the building progress, but it won’t stop our plans to revolutionize the experience of hearing care in Bend!

Check back often. We will continue to update the building progress every week!