Pike provided construction management at risk services for the renovations and new addition to upgrade the Noyes Memorial Hospital Emergency Services Department. The project included a new 10,270 square feet, single story addition along with a 3,064 square feet renovation to the existing emergency department into a new observation area.
Construction aspects of the project included selective demolition to portions of the existing 1973 and 1992 facilities as required to extend utilities services and structural tie-ins to the new addition. Pike provided planning and implementations of a safety and logistics program so that patients, visitors and staff could continue to access a main drop off area, pick up and entry to the north end of the hospital, adjacent to the construction site. The scope of work included: major relocation of site utilities which included the main water service and storm piping to the hospital, site clearing, new/modified parking lot, excavation/backfill, concrete foundations, structural steel, fireproofing, EPDM roofing, exterior framing/sheathing, brickwork, glass and glazing, and MEP systems. Interior renovations consisted of selective demolition, reconstruction of interior partitions, mechanical/electrical systems and new interior finishes.
Pike completed all the new work and modifications while managing the construction activities so as to limit any interruptions to the hospital’s daily operations.
Dansville, New York
Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Hospital