Construction Winding Down on Brunswick’s New Health Care Center

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Work is wrapping up on Martin’s Point Health Care’s new 54,000-square-foot health care center in Brunswick, Maine. The new facility will bring together 30 physicians and providers from two smaller practices to provide primary and specialty care services in a central location on the site of the former naval air station. The new space almost doubles the combined space of the existing sites.

The PC Construction team broke ground in April 2020 and provided value engineering analysis to increase efficiency and reduce costs. As a result, Geofoam fill was used at the foundation excavations and the truss assembly was completed on the ground and then set in place.

The facility houses 60 exam rooms, seven procedure rooms, a physical therapy gym, X-Ray and mammography units, shared provider spaces, and a large community space. Additional features were incorporated to address growing COVID-19 related needs, such as a canopy area for patient screenings and isolation rooms.

Rounding out the facility are green features such as solar panels, electric car charging stations, bike storage and high-efficiency plumbing, electrical and heating systems, all which contribute to a reduction in environmental impact.

We are excited to see the doors open to patients next month!