Torrington, CT – Diversified Project Management (DPM) of Hartford has completed the new construction phase of its expansion project for the Community Health & Wellness Center (CHWC) of Greater Torrington.
CHWC retained DPM to provide comprehensive owner’s project management services for its planned 23,000sf medical office building — a project made possible by a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration, through the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010.
DPM acted as the owner’s representative beginning in 2012 with the design phases and continued through construction of the new facility, which was completed in October. DPM also assisted with the selection of the PAC Group, LLC as the construction manager and represented Community Health & Wellness throughout the project to deliver a facility accommodating CHWC’s growing needs.
The completion of the new construction phase will be followed by the renovation of the existing administrative offices and includes a two-phased relocation of staff and clinical services into the completed facility. Completion of the entire project is projected for the spring of 2015.
DPM project executive, Mark DuPré, and senior project manager, Geralyn Hoerauf, worked closely with Ray Sevigny of Sevigny Architects to manage the design development process, ensuring that CHWC’s needs were met with regards to the space program, design, budget, and schedule.
During construction phases, DPM coordinated the construction administration work of Oak Park Architects LLC, of West Hartford and building commissioning services of Innovative Engineering Services LLC of East Haven.