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12C February 17 - 23, 2012 New England Real Estate Journal Electric Woman Owned Business Jacqueline Electric and Contracting, Inc. Jacqueline Gorman Owner Master Electrician Pre-Construction Estimate and Budgets Design Built Electrical Value Engineering Services Service and Maintenance Emergency Service Response 24/7 (T) 877-628-JECI (C) 508-524-3025 North Attleboro, MA 02760 Licensed in MA, RI, NH, ME, VT, NY HVAC PROOF Section: CDE Changes From: JP Run Date: New Proof NE NY REAL ESTATE JOURNAL Tel: 781-878-4540 Proof Approved HEATING AIR CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION Design-Build Installations Office buildings and commercial specialty applications Contact Karl Hudson Service Operations Planned maintenance and emergency service Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Contact Kurt Hudson 15 Soldiers Field Place Boston, Massachusetts 02135-1103 (617) 779-9500 Fax (617) 779-9515 Architectural Millwork & Residential Interiors 1-508-887-8778 (phone) 1-508-887-8733 (fax) 8 Collette Street South Gra┼┐ton, MA 01560 Hartford Turnpike Shrewsbury, MA 01545 Millwork Construction, Design & Engineering Visit the paper online Project of t PROJECT TEAM: VCS INTERIORS, L.C. ANDERSON, F.A. WIL HDS Architecture and The newly renovated Marino Ce CAMBRIDGE, MA In the fall of 2011, the Marino Center opened its doors to its completely renovated 13,500 s/f three- story facility located at 2500 Mass. Ave. Founded in 1993 by Les Marino, The Marino Center for Integrative Health is a regional primary care leader provid- ing an integrative model of healthcare at two locations in Cambridge and Wellesley. HDS Architecture was the project architect. The Glendale Group was the construction manager and general contractor. New Design: HDS conducted an initial physical feasibility analysis to confirm the existing buildings could accommodate Marino's operational and program requirements. All new circulation patterns and interior layout of spaces were created. In addition, the new design had to comply with Department of Public Health (DPH) design requirements for certifica- tion. Rui Mendez, Marino Center, Cambridge Practice manager said, "The new facility has created a more comfortable patient environment. Areas are much better defined, mak- ing it easier to direct patients." HDS took advantage of every opportunity to connect internal patient areas with the outdoors. Hans Strauch, AIA, HDS's principal-in-charge said, "Our goal was to create a physical design that reflected and enhanced the Marino Center's mission for patient care." On- the- Move Interiors provided interior design consulting for colors, finishes and furniture. Feng-Shui consulting was provided by Linda Varone. Photos by Shelley Harrison Photography Design Build Collaboration and Phased Construction: Given the tight schedule required close collaboration between the owner, architect and the builder. The Glendale Group provided the budget, schedule and phasing plan that defined the process. Nick Hall, Glendale Group senior project man- ager said, "This project was riddled with complexities directly associated with the owner's requirement to keep the facility fully operational during construction". Changing out all of the

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