“A Walk In The Park”
- The client’s building had been sold, forcing the relocation of the practice.
- Availability of leaseable space was extremely limited within the geographic practice patient base.
- The selected subject suite had a singular tie-in to the sanitary waste [drain] line at the rear of the suite; thereby necessitating that all distal waste water would have to be pumped.
- Access to the floor below [to run utilities] was prohibited.
- Per-square-foot cost for leaseable space in the metropolitan area was exceptionally high.
- The contractor provided a comprehensive, project construction cost that included all of the extraordinary expenses. Since that price was comparable to market prices and was equally comparative to that of other Boston projects that we had developed it would be difficult to provide factual costs for those extraordinary expenses. However, it included: several sanitary line clean-outs; one remote ejector pump, 1500 square feet of framing/decking; ramped access to elevated flooring.
- The practice is now located at a distinctive address, and is surrounded by several high-end, referring businesses.
- Client’s needs, building codes and regulatory mandates were all met in an open and comfortable environment. The space yielded a comfortable waiting, reception and business area, two operative rooms, two hygiene rooms, sterilization, lab, staff lounge private office, dental utilities and handicapped lavatory in approximately 1800 square feet.
- Creative design averted excessive expense.