Project of the Month: MEDCOM Architectural Group and Dellbrook|JKS complete 17,500 s/f Strawberry Hill Medical building

September 21, 2018 - Construction Design & Engineering

 

 

 

 

Centerville, MA MEDCOM Architectural Group recently completed the two-story, wood-framed, 17,500 s/f clinical facility located on 3.28 acres at 1030 Falmouth Rd. Constructed by Dellbrook|JKS, the building houses 27 primary care patient exam rooms, as well as both rheumatology and endocrine centers, and a podiatry and foot surgery practice. The facility unifies Cape Cod Healthcare’s primary care teams and medical specialists in one location, allowing patients easier access between their primary care and medical specialists. 

The first floor is comprised of primary care offices, which brings together two teams from Cape Cod Healthcare’s practices. The building accommodates five physicians and five mid-level practitioners across 27 exam rooms, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and administrative and clinical staff. The second floor houses rheumatology and endocrine centers, and a podiatry and foot surgery practice scheduled to join this fall.

The building was designed to deliver elevated patient care with thoughtful interiors, ergonomic exam rooms, and latest medical technologies, but was also given equal consideration to complement the character of Cape Cod and its architecture.

“The building’s exterior was designed to blend in with the character of the local area and highlight traditional Cape Cod architecture with a modern approach”, said Greg Siroonian, principal of MEDCOM Architectural Group.  

Construction began November 2017 and was completed August 2018, delivering on the 10-month timeline through coordination of Cape Cod Healthcare facilities management, contractors, IT, supply sequencing, our architectural team, and the physicians. 

This new medical building will bridge the gap between how medical specialists and primary care physicians interact, drastically improving patient’s care and experience.

Strawberry Hill Medical building project team: MEDCOM Architectural Group - architect, Dellbrook|JKS - construction manager, Baxter Nye - surveying & site design, and Flood Consulting - structural engineer.

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