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Massachusetts Medical Center renovation completed.

The renovation and conversion of the Long Term Acute Care Hospital (LTACH) at Quincy Medical Center in Quincy, MA, has been completed. The 20,700-square-foot, 38-bed, private-room project began in the spring of 2007 by Needham, MA-based Nauset Construction Corp.

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The fast-track project included renovating and converting an entire floor within Quincy Medical Center in 2 months. Upgrades to both the electrical and HVAC systems were necessary, as were upgrades and new finishes in patient rooms and common areas. Other amenities include a new rehabilitation therapy area, a staff kitchen, administrative offices, and storage rooms.

David Longmoore, senior vice president at Radius Specialty Hospital (Quincy Medical Center's LTACH), praises the project, saying, "The upgrades and renovations that were made to Quincy Medical Center will better serve the people who work and are cared for at the facility."

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Title Annotation:NEWSWORTHY
Author:Aker, Jenna M.
Publication:Buildings
Date:Apr 1, 2008
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