H.P. Cummings Construction Company, serving as the Construction Manager for the Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital – Birthing Pavilion project, successfully undertook the renovation of the entire birthing pavilion on the third floor. Working closely with Fleck & Lewis Architects as the architect and Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital as the owner, our team meticulously transformed the space to provide a comfortable and welcoming environment for expecting mothers and their families.
Through thorough planning and coordination with the owner, we executed the renovation of six labor and delivery rooms, each designed to create a calming and supportive atmosphere for the birthing experience. One of the rooms was specially equipped with a large birthing tub to offer alternative birthing options. In addition to the patient rooms, we renovated staff offices, on-call rooms, and a breakroom, ensuring that the needs of both patients and medical professionals were met.
A key focus of the project was to enhance the functionality and accessibility of the space for hospital staff. With an upgraded nurse station layout, we optimized workflow efficiency, allowing the medical team to provide the highest level of care to their patients. To create a warm and comforting ambiance, an interior designer collaborated with Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital to carefully select finishes that would contribute to a homely and soothing environment.
The Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital – Birthing Pavilion project showcases the collaborative efforts of H.P. Cummings Construction Company, Fleck & Lewis Architects, and Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital. Our commitment to delivering exceptional results and our dedication to meeting the unique requirements of the healthcare industry ensured the successful transformation of the birthing pavilion. The newly renovated space reflects our unwavering commitment to creating environments that support the well-being of patients, families, and healthcare professionals.