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RRMC: Meditation Room
March 23, 2017

RRMC: Meditation Room

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Rutland Regional Medical Center: Meditation Room

Rutland, Vermont

Project Type: Health Care
  • OWNER: Rutland Regional Hospital
  • ARCHITECT: Lavallee Brensinger
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

RRMC’s Meditation Room offers patients, family members and visitors a peaceful refuge for individual prayer, meditation or communal worship. This space can be used to meet for quiet conversation with loved ones, social workers or healthcare providers. The décor is comfortable, soothing and non-denominational.

Speaking of Stuart Nutting, Superintendent, HP Cummings:

“I just want to take a minute to officially thank you for the awesome work in the Meditation Center at RRMC. Honestly, your level of effort, the time you spend on all of the details, the way you have just quickly learned about how we like things, your communication, your positive attitude and the love and caring you put into this project has been exceptional. The family for whom this Meditation Center is dedicated and the donors are so impressed with you and your team. They firsthand saw the love and caring you put into the project as they stopped by from time to time. Thank you for making every detail perfect and for the passion you have leading your team. I am incredibly proud that you are part of our team and so happy to work and learn from you. On behalf of all of us at RRMC – superb job done! Thank you so much!”
– Mary Nemeth, VP Corporate Support Services, Rutland Regional Medical Center

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Gifford Medical Center: Inpatient Renovations
March 23, 2017

Gifford Medical Center: Inpatient Renovations

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Inpatient Renovations

Randolph, Vermont

Project Type: Health Care
  • OWNER: Gifford Medical Center
  • ARCHITECT: Morris Switzer Environments for Health
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

Gifford’s former existing nursing home rooms were renovated (15,000 SF) into inpatient care beds. The space was updated to meet today’s standards. Once that area was completed, the LDRP space (6,000 SF) was renovated.

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RRMC: Ophthalmology Suite Renovations
March 23, 2017

RRMC: Ophthalmology Suite Renovations


Rutland Regional Medical Center: Ophthalmology Suite Renovations

Rutland, Vermont

Project Type: Health Care
  • OWNER: Rutland Regional Medical Center
  • ARCHITECT: Lavallee Brensinger
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

This area of the hospital was not serving its patients well. The space was demolished and removed from the building, and an addition (2,400 SF) was constructed to take its place.

Exam rooms and equipment for eye exam specialists were installed along with design/build mechanical and electrical systems with highly efficient systems and a high performance envelope.

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Springfield Community Health Center
March 23, 2017

Springfield Community Health Center

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Springfield Community Health Center

Springfield, Vermont

Project Type: Health Care and Historic
  • OWNER: Springfield Medical Care Systems
  • ARCHITECT: Joseph Architects
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

Renovations to the Fellows Gear Shaper Building to accommodate medical offices and exam rooms for Springfield Hospital. The project involved coordinating work with the site developer, historical goals and site contaminations. Design/build MEP.

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Copley Hospital: Emergency Department Renovations
March 23, 2017

Copley Hospital: Emergency Department Renovations

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Emergency Department Renovations

Morrisville, Vermont

Project Type: Health Care
  • OWNER: Copley Hospital
  • ARCHITECT: Rabideau Architects
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

This project included renovations (2,148 SF) plus an addition (3,432 SF) to a functioning Emergency Department.

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Brattleboro Retreat: Tyler Building Renovations
March 20, 2017

Brattleboro Retreat: Tyler Building Renovations

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Tyler Building Renovations

Brattleboro, Vermont

Project Type: Health Care
  • OWNER: Brattleboro Retreat
  • ARCHITECT: Lavallee Brensinger Architects
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

This project involved renovations to the fourth floor of the Tyler Building at the Brattleboro Retreat, which offers high quality inpatient and outpatient mental health and addiction treatment for children, adolescents and adults. Construction was designed to address high use clientele while still maintaining a pleasant environment.

There was a great deal of planning and coordination involved with the mechanical and electrical systems to accommodate difficult to achieve finishes while keeping systems operational. Extensive consideration was given to acoustics; keeping noise to a minimum was a top priority.

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Gifford Medical Center: Menig Nursing Home
March 20, 2017

Gifford Medical Center: Menig Nursing Home

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Skilled Nursing Facility

Randolph, Vermont

Project Type: Health Care
  • OWNER: Gifford Medical Center
  • ARCHITECT: Morris Switzer Environments for Health
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

This 33,000 SF facility was created to relocate 30 patient beds occupying Gifford’s main facility. Gifford relocated long term and nursing home care to this off site complex. The complex is designed to accommodate an additional 20 assisted care beds in the future with support systems for same. Work included the installation of well appointed finishes.

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Shoreham Community Medical Center
March 20, 2017

Shoreham Community Medical Center

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Shoreham Community Medical Center

Shoreham, Vermont

Project Type: Health Care
  • OWNER: Community Health Centers of the Rutland Region
  • ARCHITECT: Lavallee Brensinger Architects
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

This community health center replaced a former residence that was being used as a clinic. The project consisted of a 6,500 SF building footprint with a full basement. Work included design/build mechanical and electrical with a high efficiency building envelope.

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Vermont History Center
March 20, 2017

Vermont History Center

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Vermont History Center

Barre, Vermont

Project Type: Education and Historic
  • OWNER: Vermont Historical Society
  • ARCHITECT: Black River Design Architects
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

We provided pre-construction as well as construction services, restoring and renovating the old Spaulding School which was converted into the History Center. Project involved a total area in excess of 60,000 SF, of which 40,000 SF were heavily renovated, leaving an additional 20,000 SF for the future expansion. The project included restoring space for the History Center library.

“HPC was absolutely the right choice for the job. We’re heading into the balance of the work with a great team in place and a solid working relationship established. Ben Harrington and his team have helped us wrestle with the tough issues (budget, scope, schedule) in a very professional, courteous and patient manner.”
– Jeffry Glasberg, Owner Representative

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Proctor Academy: Dining Hall
March 17, 2017

Proctor Academy: Dining Hall

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Dining Hall at Proctor Academy

Andover, New Hampshire

Project Type: Education and Green Building
  • OWNER: Proctor Academy
  • ARCHITECT: Maclay Architects
  • DELIVERY METHOD: CM

The opening of the Proctor Dining Commons (18,000 SF) more than doubled the size of the kitchen, servery area, and dining area available to the Proctor community. Work included the installation of state-of-the-art electric appliances and a stone pizza oven. It’s an open, airy space that provides beautiful views over Carr Field and the Proctor ski area.

Forty geothermal wells provide heating and cooling year-round. Passive solar, innovative and ultra-low energy kitchen ventilation systems and building envelope were designed to reduce the building’s heating and cooling energy consumption by 60% or moreover similar typical food service facilities. Air sealing methods resulted in an actual air leakage test of .0545 CFM/SF @ 50P, which was significantly less than the specified .10 CFM/SF @ 50P.

This project is Net Zero Ready.

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Photo credit Sally McCay

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