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					North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System
New Hyde Park, NY

Client                                  Bovis Lend Lease has worked with the              Level Five — Pediatric
North Shore Long Island Jewish Health   North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health             Medical/Surgical Unit — 25 private
    System                              System since 2001, successfully                   rooms will feature personal bathrooms
                                        completing numerous projects on both the          and designated sleeping area for the
Value
                                        New Hyde Park and Glen Cove campuses.             family, and family shower facilities,
US$204,000,000 — Completed
                                        Currently under management are the                wireless internet and dedicated waiting
US$220,000,000 — Under
                                        Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children’s             room.
   Construction
                                        Medical Center of New York and the Katz           Level Six — mechanical and
Completion                              Women’s Hospital.                                 administrative space.
2011
                                        New Hyde Park Campus                           Bovis Lend Lease completed pre-
Assignment                              Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children’s          construction services for the medical
Construction Management                 Medical Center of New York                     center, formerly the Schneider Children’s
                                        Bovis Lend Lease is managing the               Hospital, in 2009. (US$120,000,000;
                                        construction of the 100,000 square-foot,       2012)
                                        six-story, in-patient building, dedicated to
                                        pediatric healthcare. The 152-bed facility,
                                        which will link to the main hospital, will
                                        feature a pediatric emergency department,
                                        pediatric medical/surgical unit, pediatric
                                        surgery center and a pediatric intensive
                                        care unit.
                                           Level One — 150-seat conference
                                           center, clinical trials center, pediatric
                                           satellite pharmacy and the division of
                                           emergency medicine administrative
                                           suites.                                     Katz Women’s Hospital
                                           Level Two — Pediatric Emergency             Bovis Lend Lease is managing the
                                           Department — the region’s first             construction of the 291,325 square foot,
                                           dedicated, stand-alone pediatric            nine-story, oval-shaped Katz Women’s
                                           emergency department featuring child-       Hospital at Long Island Jewish Medical
                                           sized medical equipment and family-         Center. The new building will provide a
                                           friendly waiting rooms, and staffed by      main entrance, two-story lobby, meditation
                                           emergency care pediatricians and            room with reflecting pool and retail space,
                                           pediatric specialists, containing 37        and will provide 14 labor/delivery rooms,
                                           bays, two trauma rooms, two radiology       16 ante partum rooms, 60 post partum
                                           suites and a computed tomography            rooms, 12 gynecological rooms, four
                                           scan (CAT).                                 caesarean section operating rooms, a
                                           Level Three — Pediatric Surgery             neonatal stabilization area, a well baby
                                           Center — six, state-of-the-art,             nursery and shell space for future
                                           pediatric operating rooms with child-       expansion.
                                           friendly pre- and post-operating rooms,     The project also includes 5.240 square
                                           a 20-bed, post-anesthesia care unit         feet of renovations for examination/
                                           and real-time tracking system keeping       treatment rooms, patient preparation/
                                           families appraised of the child’s status.   receiving offices, family waiting rooms and
                                           Level Four — Pediatric Intensive            staff support space; the second and third
                                           Care Unit — 25-bed, single occupancy        floors will connect with the main hospital
                                           rooms on level four and a private           tower. (US$190,000,000; 2011)
                                           entrance, which will allow transferred
                                           patients to go directly to the pediatric
                                           intensive care unit bypassing the
                                           emergency center.
North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System
New Hyde Park, NY

Hematology and Oncology — Fourth             for pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology,     department expansion (US$2,600,000;
Floor Fit-Out                                otolaryngology, ophthalmology, orthopedic      2006)
The 5,000 square foot build-out of fourth    surgery and minor surgery.
                                                                                            Site Distribution and Utilities
floor shell space provides a 300 square      (US$28,000,000; 2008)
                                                                                            The 52-acre distribution and utilities
foot pharmacy, approximately 3,000
                                             Neonatal Intensive Care Unit                   project involved an underground network
square feet of clinical space for
                                             The two-story, 15,000 square foot addition     of steam, chilled water, high-pressure
hematology and oncology outpatient
                                             expanded the neonatal intensive care unit,     natural gas, water, 5kv normal power,
services, and staff office space and a
                                             providing an additional 24 beds, and           480v emergency power, copper and fiber
reception area. (US$2,200,000; 2009)
                                             provided office space for faculty. The         optic tele/data, and pneumatic tubes for
Main Building Decanting                      courtyard was enclosed with a 50-foot high     both existing and planned buildings.
The 18,000 square foot interior renovation   skylight. (US$15,193,000; 2008)                (US$11,000,000; 2006)
included abatement and demolition, while
                                             Cogeneration Equipment Room
the adjacent areas remained occupied. A
                                             The project involved the construction of a
new temporary entrance, patient drop off
                                             new cogeneration equipment room within
and canopy were provided along with
                                             the Energy Center, capable of producing
several new spaces including security,
                                             2.8 Mega Watts of power with heat
respiratory, medical records, dentistry,
                                             recovery and high-pressure steam
nursing administration, chaplaincy and a
                                             production. The new equipment connects
surgeon’s lounge. (US$9,091,000; 2008)
                                             into the existing MEP services and
Roadway Upgrade                              modifies the electrical distribution in the
The multi-phased roadway upgrade             Energy Center. (US$6,000,000; 2008)
included both resurfacing of the existing                                                   Zucker Hillside Ambulatory Care
                                             Emergency Generator Room                       Pavilion
roadway and parking area, and
                                             The project included the construction of a     Demolition and construction of an 87,000
construction of a new roadway, sidewalk,
                                             new emergency generator room within the        square foot building housing administrative
drainage and exterior lighting.
                                             existing Energy Center, the addition of a      space, classrooms, kitchen/dining area
(US$4,000,000; 2008)
                                             new 2000 KW generator with associated          and a gymnasium for patient use;
                                             switchgear and provisions for a future third   basement area houses electrical
                                             generator. The new equipment connects          switchgear, fire pump, elevator equipment
                                             to the existing MEP services and modifies      and shell space, which was subsequently
                                             the electric distribution in the Energy        fit-out for the child psychology suite.
                                             Center, existing generator room and            (US$23,000,000; 2005)
                                             Emergency Department building.
                                             (US$4,000,000; 2008)
                                             Dietary Overbuild
                                             A 22,000 square foot, 26-bed Intensive
                                             Care Unit addition, atop the dietary
                                             department (that remained operational
Parking Garage                               throughout construction); new MEP
The construction of a seven-story, 310,000   infrastructure supports the kitchen and
square foot parking garage providing         intensive care unit suite. The addition also
1,200 vehicle spaces, manager’s office       provided space for administrative offices, a
and restroom was completed in 13             family lounge, a pediatric holding area,
months. (US$28,000,000; 2008)                conference room and staff area.
                                             (US$18,000,000; 2007)                          Child Psychology Ambulatory Care
Emergency Department and Intensive                                                          Pavilion
Care Unit Overbuild                          Emergency Department — Make Ready              The Zucker Hillside Ambulatory Care
A multi-phased, construction/renovation      Work included the relocation of                Pavilion fit out resulted in more than
project providing 74 new/updated beds,       underground utilities including water, 5kv     12,000 square feet of finished spaces
office space, four resuscitation rooms       electrical services, site lighting, oxygen,    including approximately 50 psychiatric
including two pediatric trauma rooms, 27     signals and storm sewers to outside the        evaluation rooms, three waiting rooms, two
examination rooms with designated areas      footprint of the new emergency                 new public toilets and two suite toilets.
North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System
New Hyde Park, NY

The work, which also included interior         with the existing telephone frame room.       engine generator with all related
demolition, existing ductwork and portions     (US$500,000; 2004)                            switchgear was installed, as well as
of the slab on grade for new underground                                                     ancillary equipment including cooling
                                               Motor Parkway
plumbing, was completed in an occupied                                                       towers, pumps and heat exchangers.
                                               The project involved the construction of a
building on an active psychiatric campus.
                                               new roadway and utility infrastructure,       Also included within the project scope was
All deliveries were scheduled so as to not
                                               including storm and sanitary sewers, a 16-    approximately two acres of site utility work
interfere or co-mingle with the patient
                                               tank storm retention system, water service,   including a new storm water retention
population. (US$2,200,000; 2005)
                                               landscaping and irrigation at the Zucker      system, sanitary connection, extension of
Demolition                                     Hillside Ambulatory Care Pavilion.            water services, catch basins, roadway,
Demolition of the boiler/refrigeration plant   (US$2,000,000; 2004)                          and new topsoil and landscaping.
after the new energy center was                                                              (US$24,000,000; 2003)
completed and online. (US$737,000;
                                                                                             Glen Cove Campus
2005)
                                                                                             Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy
                                                                                             The upgrade/expansion to the physical
                                                                                             therapy and occupational therapy center
                                                                                             involved a curtain wall replacement of the
                                                                                             existing laboratory and the build out of a
                                                                                             new training apartment, which included a
                                                                                             full, working kitchen, display laundry and
                                                                                             training bathroom. (US$428,297; 2003)

                                               Radiation and Oncology Department             Boiler Room Upgrade
                                               Addition                                      The boiler upgrades involved numerous
                                               A below grade addition to the radiation and   projects:
Teaching Center                                oncology department housing a linear              Electrical systems — upgrade to one
This gut renovation of existing area           accelerator, dressing rooms, exam rooms           of the electrical systems including a
provided space for the relocation of the       and offices; two openings cut into the            cross radial 15 kv feed to the Long
hospital conference center. Work included      foundation wall of the oncology building          Island Power Authority, a new 480 volt,
construction of a new board room which         provide access to the addition.                   below grade transformer and vault,
also serves as the hospital emergency          (US$3,100,000; 2003)                              concrete encased primary and
command center. (US$2,900,000; 2005)                                                             secondary feeders, new 2,500 amp
                                                                                                 switchboards and the installation of a
                                                                                                 back feed to an existing 120.280 volt
                                                                                                 switchgear.
                                                                                                 Steam boiler plant — upgrade to the
                                                                                                 high-pressure, steam boiler plant with
                                                                                                 three 400 bhp units and auxiliaries,
                                                                                                 and roof replacement; completed while
                                                                                                 maintaining service utilizing two 600
                                                                                                 bhp temporary units.
                                                                                                 Chiller Plant — the chiller plant
                                               Energy Center                                     upgrade included a new 450-ton,
                                               Construction of a 20,000 square foot              electrical chiller and modifications of
PBX/CDF Room                                                                                     the well water system.
                                               energy center, intended to meet future
Demolition, renovation and fit-out of a 500    needs at the campus, as well as provide       The hospital remained operational
square foot telephone frame room, which        for steam and water needs, and additional     throughout all construction.
included raised flooring, an eight-ton split   emergency power capacity.                     (US$4,504,928; 2002)
air conditioning system and five-ton
                                               Six thousand tons of refrigeration
backup, new electrical and sprinkler pre-
action systems, and a new cable tray           equipment, three boilers providing 104,000
                                               pph of steam and a 2,000 kW diesel
raceway system connecting the new room