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Women & Infants Hospital

South Pavilion

Providence, RI
140,000 SF
Completion 2009
Project Coordinator, LEED Project Team Manager with Anshen+Allen

The South Pavilion boasts the largest single-family room neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in the nation, with 70 rooms.  There is also a 30-room Antenatal Care Unit that serves the women of Rhode Island, northeastern Connecticut and southeastern Massachusetts for gynecology, maternal-fetal medicine, oncology and other women's health needs. This project is also the first healthcare project in New England to achieve LEED-Gold Certification.

Fenway Community Health Center 

Ansin Health Center and Research Institute
Boston, MA 
100,000 SF
 Completion 2009
 Project Coordinator with Anshen+Allen


The Health Center occupies a ten story, 100,000 square foot building which is part of a larger mixed-use development in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood. The Health Center program includes primary health care, mental health, a thriving research program with conference center and administrative support. It is the largest facility ever constructed by an organization with a specific mission to serve the LGBT community.


Sacred Heart Medical Center at Riverbend 
 Springfield, OR
 1,280,904 SF
 Completion 2008
 Project Coordinator with Anshen+Allen
The new Sacred Heart Medical Center campus consists of an eight-story 300-bed hospital, a five-story 72-bed Cardio Vascular Hospital, a five-story medical office building and two parking structures. Siting of the buildings preserves existing wetlands and tree groves, providing a scenic, healing environment designed to create a ''total patient experience'' with a central focus on the patient and family while allowing for operational efficiency, flexibility, and potential for expansion.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts DCAM/DMH 
New Psychiatric Hospital
 Worcester, MA
 433,000 SF
 Completion 2011
 Designer with Ellenzweig
This new 320-bed hospital is the largest building project ever undertaken by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The project goal was to create a therapeutic program to promote patient emergence in a village setting. To help promote patient recovery, the village tried to provide all the functions of everyday living including retail shops, bank, library, fitness facilities, arts and craft learning areas, medical and dental clinics, classrooms, music rooms, chapel and auditorium.