Project Type: Healthcare Facilities

Project Type: Healthcare Facilities

Elizabethtown Community Hospital, Elizabethtown, NY

Permitting, civil and structural services are being provided for the renovation and additions to this North Country facility.  The civil work includes the site layout plan, erosion prevention and control, water, wastewater, stormwater management, retaining walls, and utilities. Structural work has included a 10,000 sf Medical Office Building, and an addition for administrative services and

Porter Hospital, Middlebury, VT

Structural services have been provided for numerous projects including a 30,000 sf surgical addition, 8,000 sf addition to the ER and treatment area, a third level addition for mechanical space, conversion of a nursing home to an outpatient area, and a mobile MRI.

Lund Family Center, Burlington, VT

Structural engineering services were provided for the renovation, retrofit, and expansion of Vermont’s largest parent-child center. The 32 year old facility, which provides a residential treatment program, received a 9,825 sf expansion, with a fourth floor addition to the main building, and second and third floor to an existing wing. Additionally, Engineering Ventures provided civil

Fletcher Allen Health Care, Burlington, VT

Numerous projects have been completed for this facility including: Temporary Emergency Department Entrance – Engineering services were provided for a proposed temporary Emergency Department entrance building (approximately 1,000sf) and adjacent hallway to provide a safe and sheltered means for the public to access the department while excavation for the new facility was underway. MRI Addition

Upper Valley Haven, Hartford, VT

Civil and structural services were provided for this homeless shelter and community food shelf facility. The site preparation included the reconfiguration of the driveway, parking, water and sewer service connections and a new storm water management system. Permits included state wastewater permits and town zoning and planning as well as a Master Plan update for