Project Details

Consisting of a patient wing and a lab wing, the interior renovations included inpatient units located on floors seven, eight, and nine that house 48 private rooms and 18 rehabilitation rooms, along with associated support space and interior upgrades to the first floor public spaces.

  • Renovation
  • 70,592 square feet
  • 23 months of construction
  • General contractor

Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Owner: Johns Hopkins Hospital

Mascaro Advantage

John Hopkins has their own ICRA plan known as the Coordinate Life Safety Assurance Program or CLASP.  Mascaro personnel were instructed in the CLASP program to gain a thorough understanding of the policies and procedures and share a common belief in the commitment to safety. Any construction/renovation work that had the potential to compromise existing fire safety systems, which included compartmentation, egress routes or the fire resistive integrity of egress route, or infection control, had to be approved in accordance with the CLASP/Outage procedures.  Mascaro embraced Hopkin’s CLASP program, overseeing jobsite safety and infection control, communicating the specific policies and procedures, and performing detailed inspections.

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Project Characteristics

Renovation, Concrete

Project Characteristics

Renovation, Medical