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Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Interiors, New Construction
389,000 sq. ft., 12-Stories
Supply Chain Management
Virtual Design & Construction
This project adds a new twelve-story, 389,000 sq. ft. inpatient building to the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center campus. Also included is a single level below-grade garage with horizontal connections to the existing Rosenberg Building. The new tower is home to an imaging department on the 3rd floor, a peri-operative department on the 5th floor, and an elevated pedestrian walkway. The scope also includes an interior fitout of five inpatient floors with up to 128 medical-surgical beds, 30 ICU rooms, eight operating rooms, and four cardiology procedure rooms.
Significant logistical coordination was required for this project, as work not only takes place over an existing emergency department and loading dock, but also adjacent to the existing occupied facility, an active residential neighborhood, and local businesses. Busy Boston streets surround the project site on three sides of the tower’s footprint.