Boston – G. Greene Construction recently completed a fit-out for Massachusetts General Hospital, to house a primary care medical practice.
The 20,000sf space, located on the 9th floor of 50 Staniford St., includes an elevator lobby entrance modification, registration and waiting areas, exam rooms, offices and consulting rooms. Included in the design are lighted glass murals of the Zakim Bridge and the Paul Revere landmark. Both Boston landmarks can be seen from the newly furnished space.
The building typically sees 2,000 to 3,000 visitors per day for various medical procedures. Coordination with the building manager was crucial to coordinate deliveries, trash removal and shut-downs, and three elevators were operational at all times during construction. Strict ICRA standards were in place and followed.
The G. Greene project team included Andrea Seward, senior project manager; Tom Maturano, assistant project manager; and Ryan Doherty, project superintendent; along with Patricia Gordon, MGH senior project manager and Frank Deasy, MGH construction manager; and Building Manager Mark Braudis (CBRE).
The architect was e4h Architects, global architecture firm with offices in Boston.