Responding to the increasing shortage of primary care physicians in North Carolina, the state’s population growth, an aging population and the nationwide health care reform effort, Campbell University has created the School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM). This is North Carolina’s first such program. The CUSOM will be housed in a three-story, 75,000-square-foot facility.
Osteopathic physicians are licensed to practice medicine in all 50 states of the United States with all the privileges and responsibilities of medical doctors. More than 800 osteopathic physicians currently practice medicine in North Carolina. Colleges of osteopathic medicine are located in Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia and at the following national universities: Michigan State, University of Ohio and Oklahoma State.
Stewart is responsible for the civil engineering design, surveying and transportation design associated with the new facility. Specifically, Stewart is providing wetland identification, water and sewer public utility extensions, site layout, stormwater management, coordination with Progress Energy for power service, relocation of power lines along US 421 and US 421 roadway improvements.
US 421 is a four-lane divided facility. Stewart has provided preliminary engineering services to determine the feasibility and practicality of a superstreet design to help manage the increased turn movements along US 421.
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