Manchester, NH – Construction is underway at Catholic Medical Center’s (CMC) Wilson Street Integrated Health, a primary care clinic located in a historic brick building that was built for Hoitt’s Furniture in 1900.
The building is now home to the Manchester Treatment and Recovery Center, that is dedicated to serving individuals dealing with substance use disorder.
The new space will allow CMC to provide care for New Hampshire’s Families In Transition and those affected by substance use disorder.
CMC is partnering with Chapman Construction/Design and Stone River Architects for the design and construction of this new space.
With the existing infrastructure unfit for a medical use, the team is working collaboratively to build out new infrastructure that meets ASHRAE’s standard for patient care. The team is also working closely with the neighboring tenants to ensure there is no disruption to the ongoing care they provide to the community.
The project completion is slated for late June 2019.
“We are thankful for the opportunity to be part of such an important project for the people of Manchester,” said Justin Powers, senior project manager at Chapman Construction. “Our team is working diligently to expedite the construction schedule, so CMC is able to deliver care to the community sooner.”