In attendance for the ground breaking Wednesday were (from left) Project Manager Brian Price, Architect Matthew Holder, Dr. David Breitweiser, physican, Mayor Brian Wyndham, President of Keymark Development Jacob Hellmann, President of TC Construction Willie Wyres, Office Manager and Nurse Carol Lutes, Nursing Assistant Kristy Lutes, Nursing Assistant Marcy Hetrick, Nurse Holly Tony, Nurse Shelley Mace, (back) Planning Administrator Stacy Gibbens, Physician Dr. Frank Zwerner, FNP Beth Hines and FNP Leslie Batty. [Order this photo]
Brazil Family Medicine, Dr. David Breitweiser's family practice, has been making plans to construct a new medical facility on Murphy Avenue, south of United States 40.
The practice wants to expand due to a lack of space.
Breitweiser plans to have 7,500-square feet for the initial office suit, which will house his practice, with tenant spaces in wings off to the north and south of the building.
He said he hopes the building project will be completed by the end of the year.
"We're excited to get it started," Breitweiser said. "It looks to be a great project for both us and the city of Brazil."