ELLIOT URGENT CARE
Elliot Regional Cancer Center
DANA FARBER/NH ONCOLOGY-HEMATOLOGY
Martini Northern was construction manager for the 24,500 square foot facility that houses this new venture at the Elliot Medical Center at Londonderry. Originally built as Phase 2 medical office shell space, the change of use dictated installation of completely new mechanical, HVAC and electrical systems to support the cancer treatment center. The project was completed on a fast-track schedule and included construction of 20 treatment/infusion rooms, 10 exam rooms, an isolation room, a clinical trial area, three nurses’ stations, and a pharmacy. Patient and service elevators, a family resource library, counseling center and a boutique round out the service areas in the new clinic.
REHAB 3 ~ STRAFFORD HEALTH ALLIANCE
Martini Northern completed a four phase expansion and renovation of Rehab 3. Operated by Strafford Health Alliance, Rehab 3 is an athletic rehab center, offering physical and occupational therapy. The construction project included relocation of the Center for Athletes and the expansion of the therapy and administrative support areas within the facility. Extensive utility, MEP and HVAC conversions and cutovers were included in the scope of work with careful attention to the ongoing operations of the facility.
Phase I Construction of an addition providing temporary occupational therapy space, waiting area and administrative office.
Phase II Renovations to existing occupational therapy and administrative space.
Phase III Renovation of women’s locker rooms and PT gym.
Phase IV Renovations to existing men’s locker rooms, staff offices and build-out of new office and storage space. The team undertook careful planning with the owner during preconstruction in order to assure ease of accessibility to the facility for clients throughout construction.
YORK HOSPITAL CARDIAC CATH LAB, YORK, ME
Construction and renovation to create a cardiac catheterization unit to accommodate the hospital’s need for a second lab and support space. Meticulous planning and scheduling was critical. The existing lab remained fully operational throughout the project duration and careful coordination with the hospital’s equipment vendors was also required. Martini Northern took great pride in accommodating ongoing hospital activities, particularly conducting this major renovation directly over the hospital’s sleep disorder center.
US DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN’S AFFAIRS
HOSPITAL INSTALL & UPGRADES
VARIOUS NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND
Brunswick Naval Air Station, X-Ray Room, Brunswick, ME
Martini Northern removed existing X-Ray equipment and reconfigured the space to meet requirements of, and installed new GE Proteus equipment. The work included installing new electrical feed and temporary protection of existing floors. Proper ventilation during construction was required within this facility, which remained occupied during construction.
Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME
Martini Northern removed existing X-Ray equipment, reconfigured and enabled the space for installation of new GE equipment.
VA Hospital Angio Room, White River Junction, VT
Martini Northern removed existing equipment and replaced it with new GE Innova 4100. The project required substantial space modifications, new medical gas and vacuum, new electrical feeders, new concrete pads for equipment in room. Temporary walls were installed to separate construction activities from the hospital and ensure proper ventilation through use of hepa filters.
FRESENIUS MEDICAL CARE
Martini Northern renovated 10,000 square feet of former office space into a full-service kidney dialysis center in this downtown Manchester, NH office tower. The work included comprehensive, complete General Construction of the building, building systems and sitework associated with the conversion to medical use. The project required substantial space modifications, new medical gas and vacuum, new electrical feeders, new mechanical systems, generator installation and cut-in.
The sensitivity of working in the occupied building was heightened by the need to conduct construction both over and inside space occupied by the U.S. Department of Labor and OSHA.