Muncie-based Central Indiana Orthopedics is moving forward with a planned $13 million development in Fishers. The company has announced an agreement with Envoy Inc. in Indianapolis to oversee construction of the 37-acre MedTech Park development.

CIO says the MedTech Park, first announced in July 2016, will include a clinic, surgery center, imaging and physical therapy, among other services. Plans also involve 25 new jobs.

Construction on phase one of the development could begin in April. CIO will be located in a 50,000 square-foot medical office facility on the southwest portion of the campus. The development will include additional medical office developments and amenities including greenspace and trail connectivity designed to attract top talent and companies to the community.

Central Indiana Orthopedics specializes in areas including joint replacement and revision, physical medicine and rehabilitation and sports medicine. It works with the athletic departments of Anderson  University, Ball State University, Indiana Wesleyan University, Taylor University and several area high schools.