Work at the new Cancer Care Center at CMMC continues at a brisk pace and is on schedule for its planned opening next spring. The construction is less visible to the public now that the walls are up, but the accompanying pictures show how much progress is taking place.
Concrete has been poured on the second floor and 90% of the framing is completed there as well. Much of the work now centers on the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.
“This is one of the more crucial phases of the project,” said Construction Project Manager Dave Provencher. “All of the work requires great attention to detail, but this is especially true when adding these components to the structure.”
We are also getting a better look at where the linear accelerators will be housed as well as the building’s first named space: the Jeffrey L. Brickman Community Room.
Once it’s open, the Cancer Care Center will provide convenient, centralized access to the health system’s superior outpatient oncology services, including the latest technology.