New England Construction managed the construction of three separate projects in Cranston and North Providence, RI for the Imaging Institute. The first project was a new 6,000 sf facility featuring all state-of-the-art medical and imaging resources. This was the only medical imaging center in the state of Rhode Island to offer Open MRI, CT Scan, X-Ray, Mammography and DEXA Bone Density services in one location. The second project was a build-out of more than 2,500 sf of space including lobby, administrative space, patient care areas including Open MRI, X-Ray and CT Scan rooms. The third project was a 6,000 sf interior renovation of existing space including lobby, administrative space and patient care areas offering Open MRI, X-Ray facilities and CT Scan rooms.
Client: The Imaging Institute
Pediatric Dental Healthcare
New England Construction managed the design/build program for the construction of this new free-standing, two-story, 12,000 sf pediatric dental healthcare center. The new facility features a waiting area that doubles as a play area, a media room with theater-style platform seating, and dedicated dental, orthodontic, and hygienist workstations. Each operatory has its own monitor showing movies. Vibrant colors are used throughout the facility to delineate the different areas and create energetic, fun spaces.
Client: Pediatric Dental Healthcare
Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island
New England Construction was responsible for the renovation of an existing 4-story building, to include interior demolition, new partitioning and finished work for the construction of 24 new inpatient hospice care units, full administration facilities, a food service area, a library, a chapel, and multiple family resource areas—collectively totaling 48,000 sf in size. Exterior work consisted of the construction of a new building façade, canopy entrance, parking lot and various landscaping elements. The project was awarded LEED Gold certification by the US Green Building Council, and was notably the first LEED accredited healthcare facility constructed in the State of Rhode Island.