ESTERO, Fla. (Sept. 6, 2016) – Suffolk Construction’s Vice President of Operations Mike Forth will speak at the 2016 Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo on Sept. 21 in Orlando.
Forth will be joined by associates of Baystate Health and Steffian Bradley Architects to present “Building The Hospital of the Future: Test Drive for Design.”
In addition to Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Mass., Suffolk has been involved with notable health care projects across the country including Boston Children’s Clinical Building, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Lawrence + Memorial Hospital Cancer Center and Comprehensive Community Care Pavillion in Palm Springs. In the State of Florida, Suffolk has constructed the E. J. Healy Skilled Nursing Replacement Facility in Riviera Beach, Jupiter Medical Center, Pembroke Pines Surgery Center, Aventura Hospital Interventional Lab and more.
Locally, Suffolk is currently constructing Phase IV of Moorings Park at Grey Oaks. Upon completion, the 5.73-acre Phase IV parcel will feature a four-story 179,500-square-foot clubhouse and 38-residence Assisted Living and Memory Care Center with a parking structure as well as a separate 6,200-square-foot Center for Healthy Living.
The 29th Annual Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo is a multi-disciplinary environment that includes architects, health care providers, facility managers, contractors, designers, engineers and more to share best practices, explore new concepts and discover products and solutions. The Symposium was established in 1987 as a forum that initiated the inquiry of how the design of the physical environment could positively affect healing and promote well-being.