Jacksonville Daily Record October 19, 2020
Karen Brune Mathis

The retailer will build seven clinics at area Supercenters, including in Middleburg.

Walmart filed building plans with the city for permits to build its first two Jacksonville health clinics at a basic construction cost of $900,000 each.

No contractor is specified for the clinics, which are expansions of Walmart Supercenters at 7075 Collins Road and 6830 Normandy Blvd. in West Jacksonville

Bohler Engineering FL LLC is the civil engineer for the expansions – almost 6,500 square feet at the Collins store and 7,600 square feet at Normandy.

Walmart announced Sept. 17 in a blog post it would build seven Walmart Health centers in Jacksonville, with the first opening in early 2021.

The global retailer announced July 22 it would enter...

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