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Institutional | DORMITORY AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK – GOUVERNEUR HEALTHCARE SERVICES Big Apple Care H ealthcare jobs seem to bring out the best in everyone involved with the project. Whether it is the knowledge that the finished product will help others heal from various maladies or interacting with the patients and personnel who will benefit from the project while working adjacent to a fully occupied facility, healthcare projects usually generate extra care and concern from team members. That is the case at Gouverneur Healthcare Services. Along with modernizing the existing facility and adding 108,000 square feet, this project has brought out the best of those who live and work in the area surrounding the health center’s location in the Lower East Side of Manhattan and New York City’s Chinatown. “I grew up on the Lower East Side and my father took me here when it was a hospital,” says Eugene Leung, senior project manager for the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY). “When I was assigned to the project, I knew it was perfect for me, knowing that over 65 percent of the clientele is of Chinese decent.” The most apparent influence of the surrounding community will be the feng shui elements brought to the table by Master Pun Yin, who is based in New York City. Yin’s consultation led to the addition of water features to the lobbies, suggested artwork and plantings with natural settings, lots of natural light brought to the interior through skylights, atrium,large windows and natural ventilation through operable windows. GOUVERNEUR HEALTHCARE SERVICES ON NYC’S LOWER EAST SIDE GETS A FACELIFT. BY BRIAN SALGADO new space will house medical, dental, obstetric, pediatric, rehabilitation and behavioral health services. The center will also feature a 30,000-square-foot women’s and children’s center, a dialysis center, a CT scan area and space for a full-spectrum ambulatory surgery center. The project includes a new nursing facility that will increase The Residence at Gouverneur Court’s bed capacity from 210 to 295. The increased number of beds is meant to accommodate the growing aging population in New York City, according to the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC). This particularly applies to the Chinese Americans and Latinos that Gouverneur Healthcare usually treats, HHC adds. “In fiscal year 2007, Gouverneur had a 98 percent occupancy rate for its long-term care beds,” HHC adds. “The new space will have the feel and amenities of an apartment building Community Asset Breaking ground in September 2008, the project involves the renovation of the existing 316,000-square-foot ambulatory care pavilion, which will be renamed The Center for Community Health and Wellness. This Gouverneur Healthcare will increase the number of beds from 210 to 295. « »The hospital nowforhas a family lounge patients’ loved ones. CONSTRUCTION-TODAY.COM DECEMBER 2009 http://www.CONSTRUCTION-TODAY.COM

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Construction Today - December 2009

Construction Today - December 2009
Contents
News/People/Calendar
2010 Construction Forecast
Special Focus
Product Showcase: Hand Tools
F&R Construction Group Inc.
Suffolk Construction: Met 2
Weitz Co.: Solaris at Crossroads
Chance Construction Co.
Allied Building Products Corp.
Bird Construction Co. Inc.: Condado Vanderbilt Hotel
Broccolini Construction Inc.: EDC Headquarters
CJ Pink Ltd.
Cobra Corporate Management Inc.
DDRM: The St. Regis Deer Crest Resort
IDEURBAN
Q.B. Construction
T.N. Ward Co.
EllisDon: North Park Quad Pad Arena
REIG Capital
Rehabilitation
Blumenfeld Development Group & Forrest City Ratner – East River Plaza
Clark Construction: Michigan International Speedway
Morton Buildings Inc.
TRACO
Triangle Associates Inc.: The Gallery on Fulton
Vogel Bros. Building Co.
Walsh Construction: Mercy Corps.
Wasatch Advantage Group: San Tropez
Profitable Contractor
John W. Danforth Co.
Shore Environmental LLC
S.T. Wooten
American Civil Constructors Inc.
Archer Western: I-75/I-475 Reconstruction
Cleland Site Prep Inc.
Delaware DOT: Indian River Inlet Bridge
Goodfellow Bros. Inc.
International Construction Equipment Inc.
Kiewit Pacific Co.: SR 519 – Seattle Intermodal Access Project
Plaza Construction Corp.
B. Gottardo Construction Ltd.
Bergmann Associates: Walkway Over The Hudson
Craig Olden Inc.
G.M. Sipes Construction Inc.
Idaho Sand & Gravel Co.: Ten- Mile Interchange
J.F. White
Malcom Drilling Co. Inc.
Mid Eastern Buildings Inc.: Southampton Wastewater Treatment Plant
Minnesota Department of Transportation: I35W Crosstown/ Urban Partnership
Nicholson Construction Co.
Papich Construction Co. Inc.: Route 46 Expansion Project
Tilcon New York Inc.: Interstate
Tyam Excavation and Shoring Ltd.
W.C. English Inc.: U.S. 321
West Electric Corp.
Industry Trends
Turner Construction Co.: Eastern High School
Gafcon Inc.: Carlsbad High School Modernization Project
DASNY: Gouverneur Healthcare Services
Stuart Olson: University of Lethbridge Markin Hall
University of Houston Student Housing
HDR Architecture Inc.
Marshall-Lee Construction Corp.
RA-LIN & Associates
Suffolk Construction: Boston Renaissance Charter School
Suffolk Construction: FIU School of International and Public Affairs
Swinerton Builders
Tower Construction: Huntington Memorial Hospital expansion
Absher Construction Co.: Chief Sealth High School and Denny International Middle School
Bird Construction
Casey Middle School
Cedar Ridge High School
Clark: Lowell Reception Center
Gilbane/Banks Joint Venture: Coppin State University
Hensel Phelps Construction Co.: FORSCOM/USARC New Headquarters
Shaw Construction: Mesa State College Student Center
Shiel Sexton: Butler University
SpawGlass Contractors Inc.: Austin Community College Rio Grande Campus Parking Garage
Stuart Olson: New Edmonton Remand Centre
The Christman Co.
Turner Construction Co
Weddle Construction Ltd.
Construction Coach
Polimeni International
Greenpark Homes
Kite Realty Group Trust: Eddy Street Commons at NotreDame
Construction Law
Lake HVAC
Centerpoint Builders
Last Look: DANSY

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