Landry/French Breaks Ground on New Office Building for Western Maine Health

| July 7, 2015 | 0 Comments
Groundbreaking Ceremony

(l-r) Denis Landry, president of Landry French; Kevin French,vice president of Landry French; Mason Rowell, project manager; Leslie Gammon, director of engineering at Stephens Memorial Hospital; Dr. Brian Nolan, medical staff president; Dr. William Medd of Oxford Hills Internal Medicine; Timothy A. Churchill, president and CEO of Western Maine Health; David Preble, chairman of Western Maine Health Board; Dr. Rebecca Chagrasulis, vice president of Medical Affairs; Dr. James Eshleman of Oxford Hills Family Practice; Dr. Lisa Miller of Western Maine Family Practice; David Holt, Norway town manager; John Cox, senior vice president/fiscal; Craig Piper, SMRT principal operations leader and architect; Dan Downey, field engineer; Tony Bragalone, project superintendent; and Matthew Ranger, SMRT senior designer

Norway, Maine – Landry/French Construction Company of Scarborough recently broke ground on a new medical office building for Western Maine Health in Norway.

Landry/French was selected as the construction manager for the new 25,500sf patient-centered medical home being built on the site of the former C.B. Cummings & Sons dowel mill on Pikes Hill Road. The new building will accommodate Oxford Hills Internal Medicine and merge the primary care practices of Western Maine Family and Oxford Hills Family Practice.

The patient-centered medical home is a national model to deliver primary care that can lead to higher quality and lower costs, and improve patients’ and providers’ experience of care.

Designed by SMRT of Portland, the exterior is a contemporary take on downtown Norway while blending into the nearby residential neighborhood, with pitched roofs, clean lines, a simple material palette, and volumes that are organized at a more residential scale. Another goal of the design is to project an image to the community that Western Maine Health medical office building is a modern, forward-thinking healthcare facility.

Completion is slated for early 2016.

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