Georgia Healthcare Provider Medical Center Renovation

In three phases, Leapley Construction renovated three floors within this four-story, occupied, multi-tenant medical center. 

The project relocated four practices within the building. Over 37 weeks, Leapley upgraded the existing Cardiovascular Medicine (CVM) practice, upgraded Nuclear Medicine and imaging capabilities, renovated space for the new Neurology department and patient lobby and built a new cardiac rehabilitation gym and patient education area.


Phase 1 – Floors 1-3

Leapley renovated the vacant 5,100-SF third floor space to create a new cardiac rehabilitation gym, which previously occupied a small suite on the first floor. Leapley demolished the third-floor space to create an open floorplan for exercise equipment and a walking track to support patient rehabilitation programs. The team also converted four existing exam rooms into offices and consultation rooms and updated finishes throughout the space.


While remodeling the third floor, Leapley updated finishes in a vacant 4,000-SF suite on the second floor and built new exam rooms and offices. The Neurology department, which was sharing the adjacent space with another practice, moved into this remodeled and expanded space to support future growth.


One the first floor, Leapley renovated a vacant 2,500-SF suite for the Cardiac Diagnostics practice, which was sharing the adjacent space with another practice. Our team demolished the space and built out echo exam rooms, treadmill exam rooms, a hot lab, improved functional space for existing CT equipment, and new support spaces.


Phase 2 – Floor 1

Leapley demolished the 4,300-SF space vacated by the Cardiac Diagnostics practice and cardiac rehabilitation gym. The team then built out seven exam and specialty rooms, along with offices and administrative space to support the expansion of the existing Cardiovascular Medicine (CVM) practice, which was located adjacent to the space. The CVM practice remained operational throughout the neighboring renovation work.


Phase 3 – Floor 1

In the final phase, the CVM practice moved into the new space delivered in phase two and Leapley renovated its existing 2,600-SF department to connect seamlessly to the expansion. As part of this renovation, our team built a new waiting room for patients of the CVM and Cardiac Diagnostics practices. The CVM practice remained fully operational in the newly renovated space throughout the delivery of phase three.


The interior work included new ceiling tile/grid and wall finishes, millwork, and flooring. Leapley upgraded mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems to support the reconfigured space and added lead shielding for imaging.

Project Details:


Woodstock, GA


13,000 SF


Confidential - Georgia Healthcare Provider

Design Team:




Alan discovered his passion for construction as a student at Auburn University – through civil engineering coursework and field experience with the cooperative education program. In the 17 years that followed, he managed many healthcare construction projects for a national general contractor before joining Leapley Construction in 2011 to manage operations of the growing business. Alan is a hands-on leader, a focused and decisive builder, and an advocate for sustainability. Since 2012, he has served on the board of directors for the Lifecycle Building Center to promote the reuse of construction materials and reduce construction waste in landfills. Under his leadership, Leapley safely delivers award-winning projects on-time and within budget in three focused commercial interior markets.


CEO & Founder

Recognized as a Most Admired CEO by the Atlanta Business Chronicle, an Outstanding Woman in Construction by Construction Business Owner Magazine and one of Atlanta’s “Top 500” leaders by Atlanta Magazine, Meredith Leapley leads with integrity and compassion. Raised in Maryland, Meredith moved to Atlanta in 1999 and founded Leapley Construction to prioritize people throughout construction. Since then, through her involvement with CREW Atlanta, WBENC, CoreNet, Big Brothers Big Sisters, GSU WomenLead, Atlanta Women’s Foundation and Crafting Futures Together, she has maintained that focus and nurtured the business to deliver meaningful impacts to the community while earning annual revenues in excess of $205 Million.