The Thomas W. Huebner Medical Office Building and Loading Dock project involved the construction of a two-story MOB building spanning 35,000 square feet. The first floor of the building now houses the Vermont Orthopedic Center and the Physiatry Department, while the second floor accommodates the Ear, Nose, and Throat Department. This consolidation of services allows Rutland Regional Medical Center (RRMC) to bring these specialties onto its main campus, eliminating the need for separate offsite buildings.
In addition to the MOB building, the project also included a two-story addition to the Loading Dock area, covering 6,590 square feet, as well as renovations to 2,180 square feet of the existing Loading Dock and food service area. The first floor of the Loading Dock features new loading dock lifts, trash compactors, compost storage, and a freight elevator. On the second floor, new food service offices and storage space were created to support the kitchen operations.
The construction of the Thomas W. Huebner Medical Office Building and Loading Dock was overseen by H.P. Cummings Construction Company as the Construction Manager. Lavallee Brensinger Architects provided the architectural design, and Rutland Regional Medical Center served as the owner of the project. This collaborative effort resulted in the successful completion of a modern facility that centralizes key medical services and enhances the efficiency and convenience for patients and staff.