Boston – Diversified Project Management (DPM), a Newton, Mass.-based owner’s representative, has completed the relocation of the Center for Health Information and Analysis (CHIA), an independent agency established to serve as the commonwealth’s healthcare data and analytics hub.
DPM was contracted through the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) to manage the delivery and installation of FF&E and the relocation of 200 employees from multiple floors at Two Boylston Street to 32,600sf of newly renovated space at 501 Boylston Street. The state-of-the-art facility provides a collaborative and centralized location to meet the needs of an agency required to maintain a high technological standard to sustain the fast-paced evolution of data collection and reporting.
Project executive Frank Kennedy oversaw the DPM team that was led by senior project planners, Eva Hamori and Rick Davidow, and project manager, Tina Staublin.
DPM has been retained by DCAMM for a number of state projects including the Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital, Westfield State University, the University of Massachusetts, and the State House.