Anne Arundel Medical Center East and West Campus Expansion Transition
Planning ahead saves Anne Arundel Medical Center unnecessary expenses
Gilbane provided project and transition management planning (TPM) services to the Annapolis, Maryland-based Anne Arundel Health System during their multi-phased, campus expansion program. Our on-site team of construction management (CM) and TPM professionals served as the owner’s representative coordinating their construction activities while directing the design team, CM and associated vendors.
The expansion enabled the hospital to better position itself for increased responsiveness to homeland security and bioterrorism concerns and was designed to comply with ‘green’ initiatives with a target of achieving LEED Gold certification.
Gilbane’s on-site team of transition planning and management professionals served as the owner’s representative and:
- oversaw the design and construction process;
- prepared and managed the overall project schedule;
- provided technology integration coordination;
- facilitated the procurement of owner furnished equipment and furniture; and
- assisted in the development of the new concept of operations.
Inova Health Systems South Patient Tower Transition
Gilbane transitions staff and patients into new 216,000 SF Tower
As an integral part of the Inova Design and Construction team, Gilbane guided Inova through the transition planning, activation and closeout of the South Patient Tower. The 11-story South Tower connecting to the original adult services hospital added 216,000 square feet of space and features all private patient rooms. The South Tower houses 120 medical/surgical patient rooms and 54 intensive care unit (ICU) rooms.
Gilbane TPM served as the liaison between construction, end-users and the administration to ensure the utmost in communication and planning. The Gilbane team was responsible for the planning, coordinating and monitoring required to ensure a smooth transition with the relocation of patients and room contents, furniture, office and staff contents, office equipment, hospital equipment and supplies, and records.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration National Capital Regional Consolidation
Multi-phase transition provides a centralized FDA National Capital Campus for 9,000 employees
For over 14 years, Gilbane has played a vital role in FDA’s National Capital Regional Consolidation to College Park and the White Oak campus. This multi-phased campus project consisted of 16 newly constructed and renovated buildings for administrative offices, research laboratories and support services. The campus consolidation effectively brought together FDA centers and departments located in 36 buildings throughout Montgomery County in Maryland.
Gilbane developed FDA’s Relocation Master Plan, as well as produced and managed the occupancy schedule, relocation budget and phasing analysis. The TPM team planned, coordinated and provided pre-move and on-site move supervision for the relocation of approximately 9,000 FDA and contract employees. Gilbane was responsible for the asset inventory and tracking, as well as the decommissioning of the previous building, for each move.
In addition to the White Oak consolidation, Gilbane has further strengthened our relationship with the FDA through several, long-standing projects including the Regional Laboratory at Irvine and the Center for Food, Safety, and Nutrition (CFSAN) Consolidation in College Park, Maryland.