TFMoran provided surveying, civil engineering, landscape architecture and permitting services for the the Catholic Medical Center expansion project, recently featured in Business NH Magazine.
“CMC broke ground in 2019 on this multi-year project adding a new building at its McGregor Street campus to create a home for the New England Heart & Vascular Institute, up to 90 private patient rooms, additional operating suites, and a larger, upgraded Emergency Department.
The plan also involved acquiring a nearby retail parcel that once belonged to the hospital, relocating the Rite Aid on that site to a new building closer to the street, and removing the remaining vacant strip mall.
“This project is going to transform not just this campus and CMC, but that entire parcel of land to then serve as a gateway to the West Side of Manchester,” says Alex Walker, president, and CEO of CMC. “In a sense, it’s an economic development project as well.”
CMC is bringing its New England Heart & Vascular Institute under one roof, says Walker, “We have 50-plus providers in the Institute. It’s a big group that provides world-class heart and vascular care, but it’s a hodgepodge of spaces and locations throughout the organization. For example, our cath labs are on level A, the main clinical spaces are on level B, and our EP labs are up on level C. To get that all under one space as a true heart vascular institute is an important strategic imperative for us,” he says.
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