Dimeo breaks ground on Hasbro Children’s Hospital renovation

November 15, 2019 - Construction Design & Engineering

 

 

Providence, RI Dimeo Construction Company celebrates project milestone at the groundbreaking for the Hasbro Children’s Hospital 78,500 s/f, $35 million renovation project designed by EYP Architecture and Engineering.

The existing Hasbro Children’s Hospital is an 8-story 1994 building located on the East portion of the Rhode Island Hospital campus. It houses pediatric ambulatory, emergency department, oncology, administration, surgical, PICU, and inpatient services, and will continue to actively service patients during renovations. Multiple demolition and reconstruction phases are required for six floors of improvements.

The scope of work throughout the building includes new lighting, wayfinding, new finish upgrades, new stairwells, bathroom renovations, and reconfiguration of the lobby, pre and post-op areas, and nurses’ stations.

Dimeo president Bradford Dimeo said, “Since January of this year, our teams have been working collaboratively together to begin this improvement project. Our preconstruction efforts to date—studying existing conditions, optimizing the schedule, logistics planning, considering interim life-safety measures, estimating the cost of the work, etc. Now we are at the exciting point of launching the project, and over the next 2½ years we will be turning it over space by space and creating a modern 21st century healthcare facility…We are extremely excited to get this project underway! So on this milestone day, we are off and running!” 

“Today is a great day! We are filled with a great sense of pride and excitement as we begin to work with our partners Hasbro Children’s Hospital to renovate and transform this amazing hospital that continues to provide exceptional care to each and every child in a welcoming, state-of-the-art and nurturing environment.” said Dimeo vice president/project executive Kosta Bitsis.

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