Dedham Medical Associates

Dedham, MA

DH Project Management's Scope

Project Date: 2nd Quarter 2012

Square Footage: 80,000

Product Type: Mixed Use- Multi-tenant Office/Medical Exam Rooms

Project Type: Ground-Up Construction

Headcount: 200

Project Duration: 15 months


DH managed the relocation of Dedham Medical Associates (DMA) to a new state-of-the-art LEED accredited Medical facility. The new facility includes lab, office, exam, radiology procedure and waiting rooms. DH managed the move planning, furniture procurement and relocation of DMA’s contents and equipment resulting in a smooth transition of clinical and patient space completed on time and on budget with no disruption to business.

Owner’s Project Management

  • Building and Contractor Coordination
  • Represented client at weekly construction meetings
  • Collaborated with the GC to coordinate schedules to eliminate conflict with construction activities and ensure timely completion of project.
  • Space yield-up planning.
  • Coordinated broom sweep, final walk through and space return to building.

Furniture and Equipment Procurement

  • Furniture Inventory /Asset Disposition –
    • DH inventoried existing DMA assets.
    • Coordinated removal, sale and donation of surplus items.
  • Furniture RFP 
  • Met with key points of contact to understand business needs and functionality. 
  • Analyzed client needs and functionality.
  • Executed a detailed bid analysis for final candidate selection
  • Furniture Procurement
  • Coordinated final finish selections with key DMA decision makers.
  • Tracked furniture order, managed installation through punch list completion.

Relocation Management

  • Created and issued the Mover RFP
  • Provided a detailed analysis of the bids to DMA
  • Negotiated the final terms of the contract and managed the mover throughout the process
  • Provided timely and concise move communication to key points of contact
  • Created and oversaw the schedule to get DMA moved from three existing buildings into their new space in three phases, with no delays to operations.
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