The Brattleboro Memorial Hospital embarked on the Richards Building project, which involved the addition of a three-story outpatient building covering an area of 36,000 square feet. The project encompassed multiple tasks, including installing a smooth insulated metal panel system and constructing a drive-through canopy at the first-floor level. Additionally, the project involved setting up radiology facilities and preparing the space for a future MRI.
Despite the complexity of the project, renovations were successfully completed in three phases, covering approximately 6,500 square feet. Notably, these renovations were executed while ensuring uninterrupted operations of Brattleboro Memorial Hospital.