McDonough Bolyard Peck, Inc. (MBP) is pleased to announce that the firm has been selected by the National Institutes of Health (NIH to provide construction quality management services for the renovation on the Clinical Center Complex.
The NIH Clinical Center Complex, or Building 10, is the largest research hospital in the world. The proposed project is an incremental renovation of 215,000 square feet of the F Wing of Building 10 (Floors 2 – 14) on the NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland.
“This is a critical renovation of one of the most important medical research facilities in the world,” says James T.V.L. Peck, PE, CCM, Senior Vice President and Regional Manager. “MBP is excited to be a part of the process and looking forward to providing quality services to NIH.” The renovation consists of converting former patient care units to laboratories, lab support and offices for clinical research programs, and to install new utilities infrastructure and equipment. The estimated construction cost isover $110 million.
MBP services will include implementing a project management information system for the project, partnering, BIM modeling review, move coordination, equipment activation, cost control using Earned Value Management, building envelope commissioning, and oversight of the LEED certification effort.