Central Maine Medical Center
Project: Emergency Center Renovation and Addition
Location: Lewiston, ME
Architect: MorrisSwitzer~Environments for Health
Faced with the need for additional patient care and treatment areas, without the option for down time, Central Maine Medical Center chose to embark on a multi-phased, occupied 40,000 sq. ft. renovation and 50,000 sq. ft. expansion to upgrade their existing facilities.
- Orchestrating an exceedingly complex renovation and ambitious addition around a fully occupied medical center, Consigli managed the construction in three phases.
- Phase I involved demolition of the existing Emergency Center with a new expanded center built in its place, including a new entrance and lobby, exam rooms and lab space. Phase II consists of patient care and treatment areas relocated into the new Emergency Center with existing space converted into specialized gamma rooms, a new reception area and administrative space.
- Phase III involves the demolition of an area surrounded by work done in Phases I and II, which will be rebuilt to house the Emergency Center’s psychology ward, treatment rooms, new elevator and two additional elevator pits to support future expansion.