Boston – The Marr Companies announced that Daniel Marr & Son Company (DMS) was awarded the steel erection contract for the new Norwood Hospital, the first newly constructed hospital in the area for more than 25 years. The facility will be constructed on the existing footprint encompassing 400,000sf of clinical and administrative space. The hospital will feature 130 private acute care beds, emergency services, outpatient services, advanced diagnostic imaging services and state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization labs. The steel erection is expected to begin in December with completion scheduled for April 2023. Canatal Industries is the fabricator on the project supplying approximately 2,800 tons of steel.
DMS was also awarded the steel erection work for 109 Brookline Avenue, a 310,000sf building in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood. The building is intended for office, laboratory, research and development, ground-floor retail and underground parking. Working for fabricator Beauce Atlas, DMS will utilize approximately 3,500 tons of steel and is scheduled to begin work in June 2023. The building will connect to an existing building at 20 Overland Street. Suffolk is the general contractor for both projects.
Additionally, sister company Marr Crane & Rigging was recently awarded three rigging jobs with TG Gallagher Mechanical Contractors: 74 Middlesex Avenue in Somerville, Mass., a new office and laboratory development on a one-acre lot within proximity to Assembly Row; Parcel 0, a 219,000sf life sciences and research and development building in the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park of the South Boston Waterfront; and 99 Coolidge, a 255,000sf life sciences building on the former site of the Mount Auburn Club in Watertown, Mass.