Owner: Maine General Medical Center
Location: Augusta, Maine
Size: 600,000 sq ft
Completion Date: March 2014
Architect: SMRT and TRO Jung|Brannen
Description: The MaineGeneral Medical Center, New Regional Hospital comprises approximately 600,000 square feet of building on four levels located on MaineGeneral’s campus in North Augusta. Work will also include surface parking, site circulation and access roadways, storm water management, underground utilities feeders and distribution, and landscaping. The site is approximately 172 Acres of rolling fields, intersected by Stone Brook, an environmentally significant stream and a small tributary. The site has formerly been a dairy farm and most recently a golf course. The HACCC has been constructed on 35 Acres of this campus separated from this location by Stone Brook.
Key Sustainable Construction Practices on this Project:
Maximize day lighting
Establish positive distractions
Create efficient circulation
Building organization supports Lean operations
Flexibility and modularity in planning
Allow independent expansion of building components
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