New Britain, CT – C.E. Floyd Company of Bedford, Mass., worked with Jacunski Humes Architects to rehabilitate patient care space into The Advanced Wound and Hyperbaric Medicine Center on The Hospital of Central Connecticut’s New Britain campus.
The original schedule was 14 weeks, but the hospital wanted to occupy the space sooner. By working longer days and implementing Lean Construction practices such as a daily huddle and maintaining a constraints list, C.E. Floyd compressed the schedule into just eight weeks. All work was completed next to an occupied patient clinic.
“Our new state-of-the-art wound care center in New Britain will ensure our hospital offers the most advanced therapies, products, and practices to our community,” said Janette Edwards, vice president of operations for Hartford HealthCare’s Central Region. “The new center includes six treatment rooms, allowing us to treat more patients and increase our rate of healing difficult wounds.”
C.E. Floyd recently completed Partners Urgent Care | Porter Square with Steffian Bradley Architects. The center offers urgent care, treatment of a range of injuries and illnesses, digital x-rays, and physicals.
This was the third Partners Urgent Care C.E. Floyd has completed. Other locations include Canton, Mass., and Burlington, Mass.