South County Hospital Capital Improvements and Expansion
STV|DPM is providing a range of owner’s project management services associated with several major capital improvements and expansions within South County Hospital’s 345,000-square-foot campus in Wakefield, RI. These services include FF&E coordination, relocation and occupancy planning services, as well as day-to-day project management and coordination.
An independent, non-profit healthcare organization, South County Health has served the needs of southern Rhode Island for more than 100 years. Projects that are included in this program include renovations and expansion of the complex’s central sterilization facilities, wound care services and surgical services and operating suites.
Boston Medical Center
STV|DPM provided full project management services from design to occupancy for the $218 MM Shapiro Ambulatory Care Center (SACC) and Menino Addition projects. The newly constructed SACC consists of 10 stories plus basement, mechanical penthouse, a café and 14 different clinics spanning 8 floors and the Menino Addition consists of 2 stories plus basement housing the Materials Management & Emergency departments, MRI suite and 12 bay observation unit.
Connecticut Children's Medical Center
STV|DPM provided OPM services for a number of projects for the Connecticut Children's Medical Center (CCMC). Selected projects include comprehensive on-site project management services for multiple capital improvements at the main campus, FF&E coordination and move management services for the build-out of 32,000 square feet of administrative offices, and the renovation, design, and build-out of its state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology lab.
Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital Relocation Management Services
The Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital is a 428,000-square-foot psychiatric treatment facility that replaced services for the former Worcester State Hospital. On behalf of the Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance, STV|DPM coordinated and supervised the phased delivery and installation of 7,500 pieces of furniture, fixtures and equipment to the facility. The scope involved the inspection and load-in during a three-month period. Once the hospital was fully equipped, while working around the needs of the 320 adolescent and adult patients and the 1,200 administrative and clinical staff members, STV|DPM coordinated the move of these populations into the new facility.