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HEALTHCARE


BOND is the Northeast’s premier full-service construction management and general contracting company offering coordinated building and self-performing civil & utility services. As a key area of expertise, we are focused on NAVIGATING THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE with advancements in patient care by way of constructing state-of-the-art facilities, utilizing creative and innovative strategy.


Every day, millions of patients around the world seek treatment in the Northeast, known for its state-of-theart healthcare facilities, cutting-edge technology and award-winning research. And every day, it’s BOND’s mission to improve the patient experience by creating safe, healthy spaces and infrastructure that support these hospitals and healthcare centers, facilitating the delivery of new life-giving technology innovations. BOND takes a surgical approach to healthcare construction because we understand the critical and complex nature of managing projects in and around active, sensitive hospital environments. Any disruption to ongoing medical activities can influence more than the hospital’s business – it can affect people’s lives and health. At BOND, healthcare construction revolves around the safety and comfort of patients. Careful planning and collaboration with owners help us enforce infection control procedures, dust and noise mitigation, safety planning and the coordination of work schedules around hospital activities.


PRACTICING PRECISION MIKE WALSH Vice President, Healthcare & Life Sciences

WAYNE ARRUDA Director, Construction Management

PAUL BUTLER General Superintendent

SAFETY SAFETY OFFICERS (2) (2)

ESTIMATORS ESTIMATING (8) (8)

TONY NIGRO Vice President, Healthcare Operations

KIMBERLY SILVESTRI Project Executive

TIM HERRICK Senior Project Manager

PROJECT PROJECT MANAGERS MANAGEMENT (15)(15)

FIELD FIELD MANAGERS MANAGEMENT (14)(12)


OUR HEALTHCARE TEAM

MEP MEP COORDINATORS (4) (4)

STACEY RIVERA Senior Project Manager

REBECCA JABLONOWSKI Senior Project Manager

SAM CROSBIE Senior Project Manager

MIKE MCGARTY Senior Project Manager

BEN HOFFMAN Senior Project Manager

JILL PAPAGNI Business Development Associate

VDC VDC TEAM MEMBERS (4) (4)

ADDITIONAL TEAM SUPPORT


OUR HEALTHCARE

EXPERTISE Ambulatory Care Facilities Cancer Centers Inpatient Rooms Clinical Space Campus Energy Facilities Community Health Centers Emergency Departments Medical Office Buildings Linear Accelerators MRI / CT Space / Pet Scan Operating Rooms Pediatric Clinics Research & Diagnosis Labs Surgical Centers


40 16 80 200 YRS

number + the of healthcare campuses where we work

ashe healthcare certified professionals

+ clinical projects

delivered in last five years

+

combined healthcare leadership experience

$

100M

of healthcare work in progress


PROJECT LIST BY CLIENT

Boston Children’s Hospital • Simulation Laboratory • Radiology Projects • Karp 5 & 6 Lawrence General Hospital • New Surgical Building • Russell 4 & 5 • Central Sterile • Surgical Daycare Signature Healthcare • Medical Office Building Expansion & Renovation (Raynham) • Medical Office Building Renovation (Hanson) • Medical Office Building (Brockton) • Transitional Care (Brockton) • MRI Addition (Brockton) • Fitness Forum (Raynham) • Mammogram Relocation (Brockton) New England OB-GYN Associates, Inc. • Building A Chestnut Hill Fit-out Project (10k SF)

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute • Vivarium at Longwood Center • Longwood Center, 6th Floor Fit-out • Smith 2 Clinical Lab Renovation • Jimmy Fund Pediatric Renovation • Mayer 3 Renovation • Smith 3 Renovation • Shields Warren 1/Mayer 1B Office Renovation • DL1 Radiology Renovation • Jimmy Fund Fire Alarm Upgrade • Fellows 3 • Psychosocial Oncology • Dana 6 Lab Renovation • JF609 Renovation • UPS Upgrades • President’s Office Renovation • Miscellaneous Maintenance • MRI • L3 Chemistry-Laboratory South Shore Hospital • Pharmacy Renovation

Taunton State Hospital • Women’s Recovery from Addictions Program (WRAP)

Lahey Health • Combined Heat & Power Facility (Burlington) • Cafe Renovation (Burlington) • MRI (Burlington & Lexington) • New Lobby Renovation (Burlington) • New Cafe (Lahey North) • LINAC Renovation (Peabody) • Endoscopy Suite (Burlington) • Fluoroscopy Renovation (Burlington) • General Internal Medicine Renovation • Dermatology Renovation

Boston Medical • Preston 3 Abatement/Demolition • Menino ED Expansion • Doctor’s Office Building Renovation

Lynn Community Health Center • New Health Center -Clinical, Radiology, Dentistry, Administration, Opthalmology • 3rd & 2nd Floor Fit-out

CharterCARE • Pharmacy Upgrade Renovation

Shriners Hospitals for Children • FA/HVAC Upgrades

Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary • Physician’s Office Renovation • Neuro/Sinus Clinic Renovation • SPEL Lab


Everett Hospital (formerly Whidden Hospital) • Lewis Wing Psych Upgrade • West Wing Psych Upgrade • CT Scan Facility • Medical Surgical Suite • EPIC Project • MRI Norwood Hospital (Currently Steward Healthcare System) • Radiation Oncology -Addition, Reception Area, Diagnostic Suites, Treatment Simulator, Linear Accelerator • Sleep Disorder Center Relocation • Coffee Shop Holy Family Hospital Saint Anne’s Hospital (Currently Steward Healthcare System) • Master Facilities -3 Story Addition & Renovation, Ultrasound, FIRSTFED Center for Breast Care, MRI/PET Dock, Hudner Oncology Center, Surgical Day Care, Nurses’ Stations, Patient Recovery Rooms, In-patient Rooms, Exam Rooms, Pharmacy, Cystology OR • CT Scan/Catheterization Labs • Intensive Care Unit • ER Entrance & waiting Area • Gift Shop Good Samaritan Medical Center (Currently Steward Healthcare System) • J. Joseph Moakley Center -2 Story Addition (11.5k SF), Radiology Suite, Ultrasound Suite, MRI Suite, Admitting, Interpreter Services • Catheterization Lab & Nuclear Medicine • CT Scan • Emergency Room Express Care • Computer Training Rooms • Employee Health Offices • X-ray Rooms • Pain Management • Medical Office Building — OB-GYN • Human Resources Offices • Pharmacy Sterile Prep • New Cancer Center (10k SF)

South Cove Community Health Center • New Health Center -Clinical, Dentistry, Opthalmology • Community Health Center (Malden) Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center • 30k SF New Cancer Center (Needham) • Ambulatory Care Center (Needham) • Breast Health Suite (Needham) • Central Sterile Renovation (Needham) • Cath Lab Upgrade • East Building 309 Fluoro Replacement • Reisman Shower Renovation • Stoneham ADA Upgrades • Rabb ADA Upgrades • Dana Slosberg ADA Upgrades • Rose ADA Upgrades • Feldberg OR/ADA Project • Cath Lab #2 • Cath Lab #4 • Cath Lab #5 • OR #18 • Interventional Radiology • Finard ED Power Tie-In • Farr 8 Inpatient Room Renovations Cambridge Hospital • Maternity Expansion -Nursery/Special Care Nursery, 9 Postpartum Patient Rooms, On-call Suite, New OR, Triage Area • Operating Room Renovation • Temporary On-call Suite • Cafeteria Renovation • Cahill Psychiatric Ward • EPIC Project • Emergency Department Renovation Somerville Hospital • EPIC Project


BOSTON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL PEDIATRIC SIMULATION CENTER

5500 square feet

2014

year completed

ARCHITECT lavallee brensinger architects

To enhance surgical training for its healthcare professionals without risk to patients, Boston Children’s Hospital selected BOND to fit out a 5,500 SF Pediatric Simulation Center. The facility allows medical teams to improve their skills and training in a clinical setting that replicates real-life scenarios. It features: state-of-the-art technology, active mock operating rooms, ICU, Trauma Unit, 90-inch monitors, medical rooms, medical gas lines, HVAC and MEP systems, high-end finishes, offices, conference rooms and outpatient services.


LAWRENCE GENERAL HOSPITAL SANTAGATI SURGICAL CENTER

43k

square feet

2016

year completed

ARCHITECT morris switzer e4h

Lawrence General Hospital selected BOND to facilitate one of the largest expansion plans in the organization’s history. This plan included the renovation, expansion and modernization of the Hospital’s campus including a new 43,000 SF surgical facility, inpatient unit renovations and infrastructure upgrades. Named the Santagati Surgical Center, the new building features 6 state-of-the-art operating rooms, a swing catheterization laboratory and interventional radiology to increase the hospital’s ability to perform complex surgeries. Each operating room is designed to accommodate the latest technology in imaging and robotics as well as skilled staff to perform complex procedures. To enhance patient flow during periods of high volume, 17 single and semi-private rooms were added with the Russell Bed Renovation, improving quality of care, reducing risk to patients and enhancing the overall care experience.


BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS HOSPITAL - NEEDHAM CANCER CENTER AND SURGICAL PAVILION

30k

square feet

2014

year completed

ARCHITECT jaca architects

The construction of Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Needham’s Cancer Center and Surgical Pavilion is part of a plan to improve and expand care to patients in the western suburbs. BOND provided preconstruction and construction management services that offer state-ofthe-art cancer care in one comprehensive facility. This facility houses a full array of advanced patient care systems including two new operating rooms supported by pre-op and PACU areas supplementing those that pre-existed in the hospital’s North Building. The Center also features a new linear accelerator, infusion bays as well as various patient care areas. A new parking deck was also built to facilitate patient arrivals for the center.


TAUNTON STATE HOSPITAL WRAP CENTER

17k

square feet

2016

year completed

ARCHITECT studio g architects

The Taunton State Hospital WRAP (Women’s Recovery from Addictions Program) Center is a secure facility that houses women who are recovering from addiction and substance abuse. The renovation project included 17,050 SF of the historic Taunton State Hospital’s Chambers Building. The 45-bed facility features a reading and dining area, medical exam rooms, laundry room, exercise equipment and an outdoor courtyard. Within a six month timeframe the former building was transformed into a welcoming, home-like environment. Spaces were designed to give individuals a sense of control and identity. Complete HVAC and life safety systems were installed. Two beautifully-landscaped courtyards with site furnishings and walks were also included.


REALITY CAPTURE | VIRTUAL DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION | MEP SERVICES

INTEGRATED SERVICES START WITH THE END IN MIND.

BOND’s Integrated Services model is a collaborative approach that combines the latest technology innovations with the brightest teams to manage a project’s entire life-cycle.


Develop Logistics Plans Supported by Model Renderings, 4D Timeline Simulations and Critical Pick Rigging Animations Conduct Constructability Peer Reviews Provide Laser Scanning Services that Create Accurate As-Built Models of Existing Conditions Evaluate Installation Accuracy with use of Hololens Augmented Reality, BIM Box and BIM 360 Field Resolve Spatial Conflicts and Constructability Issues Provide Solution-Based Clash Detection Manage “Supplemental� Revit Model to Enhance the Detail of the Coordination Long Lead Equipment Validation Touch QA/QC Technology for Real-Time Analytics and Metrics (Accessed in the Field on iPads) Deliver Long-Term Operations & Maintenance (O&M) Ready Facilities


LAHEY HOSPITAL & MEDICAL CENTER COMBINED HEAT & POWER FACILITY PLANT

3MW facility

2014

year completed

ARCHITECT aecom

Lahey Health selected BOND to build a new Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Facility to power its Burlington, Massachusetts campus. Under a design-build arrangement, BOND delivered this 3MW facility that houses a Caterpillar G260-12, natural gas-fueled internal combustion engine. As a source of renewable energy, the plant will simultaneously generate electricity, steam and hot water for the hospital, significantly reducing energy costs. BOND also installed a new, custom main NSTAR switchgear station that increases the system’s resiliency. This unique feature enables the plant to respond to power loss and switch from redundant grid feeds to self-contained island mode, maintaining power to the hospital even during emergencies or natural disasters.


LAHEY MEDICAL CENTER - PEABODY LINEAR ACCELERATOR RENOVATION

1500

2015

year completed

square feet ARCHITECT digiorgio associates, inc.

BOND was hired to provide construction services for a 1,500 SF renovation that facilitated the replacement of Lahey Medical Center - Peabody’s existing linear accelerator (LINAC). The project’s purpose was to create a vault space that would accommodate a new Varian LINAC incorporating the latest in BrainLAB cancer treatment technology. This technology enhances laser targeting for radiation oncology from recessed floor boxes, ultimately increasing the level of accuracy and locating precise treatment areas. BOND worked closely with the design team at DiGiorgio to incorporate proper cooling and ventilation systems and finishes into the vault.


DANA-FARBER CANCER INSTITUTE JIMMY FUND PEDIATRIC CLINIC EXPANSION

19.5k

2014

year completed

square feet ARCHITECT isgenuity

BOND provided preconstruction and construction management services for a multi-phased renovation and expansion of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Jimmy Fund Clinic, a project aimed at enhancing pediatric cancer care. Located in Boston’s Longwood Medical Area, this two-year effort revitalized 19,500 SF of pediatric oncology clinic space and increased the facility’s capacity by 40%. Infusion and clinical support areas were expanded and three semi-private and seven private isolation rooms were added to the clinic. The waiting room was also expanded and reconfigured to include play, quiet and teen areas.


SOUTH COVE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER QUINCY, MA

21k

square feet

2012

year completed

ARCHITECT hdr warner & associates

The premier health center for the local Asian community serves 25,000 children and adults throughout the Boston area. South Cove Community Health Center selected BOND to construct a new clinic in Quincy which includes pediatrics, dental, obstetrics and gynecology, behavioral health, optometry and social services. The top floor features state-of-the-art conference and meeting rooms with large windows overlooking Quincy’s skyline. An outstanding design feature is the roof-top garden designed with Feng Shui principles and incorporated Chinese elements (Wu Xing). A parking lot adjacent to the new building provides 53 spaces for patients.


BOND uses LEAN construction strategies on all projects as a means to minimize costs and maximize value. This process challenges each project stakeholder to develop, and apply, better ways to manage the construction process.

LEAN APPROACH

ELIMINATE WASTE. ADD VALUE.


BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS HOSPITAL - NEEDHAM RADIATION ONCOLOGY SUITE / LINEAR ACCELERATOR

30k

2014

year completed

square feet ARCHITECT jaca architects

As part of the larger ground-up construction of Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham’s new Cancer Center and Surgical Pavilion, BOND provided preconstruction and construction management services for a 30,000 SF radiation oncology suite. Delivering advanced radiation therapy for cancer patients, the suite houses a 10MV Varian TrueBeam Linear Accelerator (LINAC). This state-of-the-art LINAC works in conjunction with complementary advanced BrainLAB software technologies to pinpoint cancer cells with extreme accuracy, facilitating better, more precise treatments.


DANA-FARBER CANCER INSTITUTE DL1 MRI REPLACEMENT & RENOVATION

800 square feet

2018

year completed

ARCHITECT payette

The DFCI Dana DL1 MRI renovation project consisted of the replacement of an existing MRI machine and renovation of the existing MRI room, equipment room, control room and prep area. The project required full HVAC renovations within the MRI suite, new lighting & controls, all new finishes and rebuilding of the RF shielding. Complex rigging coordination was required to remove the existing machine and deliver the new machine through the protected driveway area. In addition, site constraints required the unit to be delivered through the existing control room wall. The control room could not be reinstalled until after the unit was delivered and set in place.


BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER - NEEDHAM BREASTCARE CENTER

30k

2014

year completed

square feet ARCHITECT hga architects

The brand new BreastCare Center at BID – Needham offers comprehensive treatment and support for breast health, such as mammograms, breast exams and treatment for benign breast concerns in addition to breast cancer. Designed with patients in mind, the Center provides a private, comfortable and calming environment with improved accommodations and patient flow.


DANA-FARBER CANCER INSTITUTE LONGWOOD CENTER VIVARIUM

25k

square feet

2016

year completed

ARCHITECT arc

The unique features of the vivarium design include a cage wash facility designed with robotic operators, and animal holding rooms with an adjacent dedicated procedure room with the option to have access to natural light. In addition, natural light is accessible in the lab spaces and the administrative offices. The vivarium facility resulted in significant improvements aimed at enhancing cancer research. Among the design improvements, BOND was responsible for installing an HVAC system, sure flow, sure vac, dispensing system, air handling system, tunnel wash, cage wash, dry heat sterilizers, boilers and a generator.


MEP coordination

significant design improvements to hvac system natural light is accessible in lab spaces and administrative offices


BOND considers protecting every person within or near the construction site its foremost priority. No priority overrules safety at any time. We integrate safety into our construction planning and activities. This is represented by

OUR 2017 EMR RATING OF .68

SAFETY FORWARD BEST PRACTICES.


DANA-FARBER CANCER INSTITUTE LONGWOOD CENTER L3 CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

7600

2016

year completed

square feet ARCHITECT architectural resources cambridge, inc.

BOND provided construction management services for the 7,600 SF fit-out of the L3 Chemistry Laboratory. The project included open lab spaces, write-up stations, tissue culture rooms, chemical storage libraries and an environmental room.


LAHEY HOSPITAL & MEDICAL CENTER DERMATOLOGY

10k

square feet

2014

year completed

ARCHITECT steffian bradley architects

The new Dermatology Facility added a 17,500 SF renovation to the existing main campus. The facility contains 24 exam rooms, eight Class A procedure rooms and five phototherapy rooms to support the growing number of patients. There is also an in-house lab, strategically designed and located near the procedure rooms, for improved staff operations and mobility. The project included the installation of a dedicated backup generator and a new air handling unit to support the facility’s needs.


LYNN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER NEW HEALTH CENTER

20k

2017

year completed

square feet ARCHITECT isgenuity

Lynn Community Health Center (LCHC) is the medical care home to more than 40,000 patients including 45% of the children that live in the city. This newly renovated project is part of the LCHC’s Stephen D. Hayes Building that BOND completed in 2012. The renovated space on the 2nd and 3rd floor houses Pediatrics, Primary Care, Behavioral Health, Immigration/Refugee Services, Employee Health, TB/HIV, Podiatry and outreach for community health workers.


construction

UNDERWAY


BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS HOSPITAL - NEEDHAM OUTPATIENT CLINICAL CENTER

38k

square feet

2018

year completed

ARCHITECT jaca architects

In order to provide convenient, high-quality, cost-effective ambulatory care to its patients in the Western Suburbs of Boston, BIDH-N selected BOND to head the construction of a new Outpatient Clinical Center. This Center will provide endoscopy, cardiology and orthopedic services, as well as an array of outpatient specialty clinics and support services. In addition, the new building will include a ground floor, conditioned shelled space, reserved for the further expansion of outpatient services. The new Center will be located within a 4-story 38,000 SF building to be constructed on site of the existing medical office building.


SOUTH COVE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER MALDEN, MA

14k

2018

year completed

square feet ARCHITECT beacon architectural associates

The remodeled one-story clinic boasts over 14,000 SF and offers 76 parking spaces to patients. It provides internal medicine, OB-GYN, pediatrics, lab and optometry care, along with a team of social services.


BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER FARR 8 RENOVATION

16k

square feet

2016

year completed

ARCHITECT steffian bradley architects

BOND was selected to renovate the 8th floor of the Farr Building to house 20 new inpatient rooms for cardiac surgery patients. The phased project required BOND to maintain the main corridor and north wing of the floor for patient and staff access. This way Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) could relocate their observation unit. BIDMC had both above and below floors occupied, challenging BOND to coordinate with users within multiple departments including the Dialysis Unit. The scope of work included custom built head walls, patient lifts, nurse stations, medical prep rooms and a staff lounge.


BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER WEST CLINICAL CENTER RADIOLOGY EXPANSION

6500 square feet

2015

year completed

ARCHITECT tro

BOND provided construction management services for the 6,500 SF expansion of the Radiology Department on the third floor of the West Clinical Center. The project included 12 new patient bays, an isolation room, a new nurses station, patient support area, restrooms and a locker room.


BROAD INSTITUTE GENOMICS LABORATORY

33k

square feet

2016

year completed

ARCHITECT wilson architects

Located in the heart of Cambridge, the Broad Institute is a biomedical and genomics research center which was looking to consolidate and relocate their lab space and equipment to one location. After successfully completing a prior Broad Institute project, BOND was hired early in the preconstruction phase for this relocation to manage value engineering, budget and project schedules. BOND communicated with stakeholders and the design team weekly to coordinate power maintenance and shutdowns to assure that ongoing research was not disturbed. After a successful project completion, BOND was subsequently contracted for additional renovations to conference and support spaces.


HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH (HSPH) HUTTENHOWER LABORATORY RENOVATION

1.0k

2015

year completed

square feet ARCHITECT janovsky-hurley architects

In preparation for a new hire, this renovation project included 1,000 SF on the 4th floor of what is known as Building #1 in the HSPH campus. This fast track project included the conversion of student and office space into a new laboratory with an attached work area. The scope included upgrades to MEP systems to support the new lab as well as new casework, all while not disrupting surrounding occupied areas. It was necessary that the project be completed by December 1st in time for the arrival of a new researcher. This immoveable end date was a challenge and required the expediting of long lead casework as well as close coordination with owner vendors.


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francis x. hayes, chief operating officer anthony bond, president, c&u division

thomas c. baillie, executive vice president, c&u division richard small, chief financial officer

paul james, sr. vice president, risk management

CORPORATE FACTS


administrative staff superintendents / field personnel total employees

200 550+ 750+

bonding limit

single project $500,000,000

total program $1,000,000,000

*aggregate uncompleted work program

bonding company

liberty bond services / aon risk solutions northeast

general liability insurance company

greenwich insurance company / aon risk solutions northeast, broker

workers’ comp insurance company

xl insurance america inc / aon risk solutions northeast, broker

617.457.7721


Mike Walsh Vice President, Healthcare & Life Sciences 617.394.6287 office | 617.222.0513 cell | mwalsh@bondbrothers.com Jill Papagni Business Development Associate 617.394.6466 office | 781.580.9017 cell | jpapagni@bondbrothers.com

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