COVID-19 Healthcare

EBI Provides Services to Medical Center

Tents on Southampton Street in Boston designated for the homeless that may be affected by COVID-19 / Photo by Jessa Costa/WBUR

Boston – In response to rising COVID-19 cases in Boston and throughout  Massachusetts, the state will provide additional services by re-opening Boston Medical Center East Newton Pavilion Center and utilizing the space for quarantine and medical care for the city’s homeless population.

EBI Consulting is assisting in DCAMM’s COVID-19 rapid response efforts by reviewing and approving cleaning protocols, including recommendations for the decontamination process and how the selected contractor should develop their work scope and plan.

East Newton Pavilion Center

EBI is also providing post-decommissioning assessment services, on-site coordination and facilitation of cleaning services, a mold assessment, and a review of the post-cleaning verification sampling plan and report.

DCAMM, EBI, and all involved parties are working together to ensure the highest level of safety for everyone that will be working, residing, or involved in the new healthcare center.

Prior to opening, EBI will complete the following:

  • Project coordination
  • Post-decommissioning assessment
  • On-site coordination/hiring for cleaning services
  • Mold Assessment
  • Review of post-cleaning verification sampling plan and report