NORWALK, Conn. – STV, a leader in engineering, architectural, planning and program and construction management services, today announced it has signed a contract with Nuvance Health Network to provide evaluation, prioritization and project management support for the Norwalk Hospital 10-year Infrastructure Improvement project.
STV will provide onsite program and project management services to the Norwalk Hospital facilities department via staff augmentation, providing temporary workforce support, as well as thorough evaluation, timing and management of each project based on an engineering system report. Additionally, the STV project management team will evaluate not only the impact to the current facility but also how these upgrades may tie into or be supportive of any new space built in the future.
“This type of project allows STV to leverage our full suite of experience and resources to bring huge value to our clients. We appreciate our partnership with Nuvance Health Network and their continued trust in our team and our advisory expertise,” said Mark DuPré, STV vice president and project executive.
“In a hospital, keeping existing systems functional is paramount, so each time we improve or upgrade a system, a lot of planning must take place to minimize any ancillary impact,” said Anthony Wagner, STV project manager. “I look forward to showcasing STV’s capabilities on this project.”
Recently, STV supported Nuvance with the relocation of Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie, NY, as well as projects at Norwalk and Danbury Hospitals.
STV offers a host of services to healthcare clients. The firm’s team of program and construction management experts delivers multimillion-dollar projects such as a $700 million health care system restructuring for One Brooklyn Health. STV provides a holistic design practice, with architects and engineers who focus on creating healing, productive environments. The firm’s design experience includes inpatient and outpatient facilities, laboratories and behavioral health facilities like South Beach Psychiatric Center’s New Residential Building. Throughout New England, STV has supported Boston Medical Center additions, several Connecticut Children’s Medical Center projects and Wentworth Institute of Technology’s Center for Engineering, Innovation and Sciences, in addition to renovations across St. Joseph’s Health Network in New Jersey.
For more information about STV, visit www.stvinc.com.