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Chicago, IL (PRWEB)
December 07, 2017
Construct-A-Lead, the industry’s most comprehensive construction lead service, announces the following medical projects will go forward. Construct-A-Lead’s advanced search feature allows the user to find their leads or key contacts by project type, location, bid stage, dollar value, company, or keyword.
Users are able to track projects status, save searches, put personalized notes on projects, email a project to a colleague or customer, reach out directly to the decision maker and download construction leads with a one-touch feature.
Interested parties are invited to visit Construct-A-Lead.com and sign up for a no obligation test drive, where they will be able to experience these newly integrated features. Users will be able to receive regular alerts on new and updated construction projects, in accordance with the individual’s preference.
An example of the medical construction leads available within the database is listed below. Reference the Project ID to utilize the new site features and to obtain direct contact information for each construction lead:
Tysons, VA – The Mather Arbor Row – Plans call for the construction of a 668,435-square-foot senior living community with 300 independent living units, 78 assisted living, memory support and skilled nursing beds, and more than 18,000 square feet of retail and restaurants. Amenities include multiple dining options, a fitness center and day spa, and social and educational programming. Construction start: Q1, Q2, 2019. $110,000,000. Project ID: 1402839
Oak Lawn, IL – DaVita Oak Meadows Dialysis – Plans call for establishing a 12-station ESRD facility in 6,660 square feet of space. Construction start: Q3, 2018. $4,100,000 Project ID: 1402540
Lubbock, TX -Health Sciences Center at Texas Tech University – Plans call for the…