JACA Architects Awarded NRHN's Methuen Adult Rehabilitation Project
SALEM, NH JACA Architects, one of New England's premier healthcare-exclusive architectural firms, announced the awarding of a new interior fit-out design project for the Methuen location of Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital Network (NRHN).
The Methuen Adult Rehabilitation Project entails a 2,800-square-foot new interior fit-out for an adult rehabilitation clinic, which will include private treatment rooms and a large gym filled with new equipment. This project comes on the tails of a recently completed, 6,000-square-foot new interior fit-out for NRHN's Pediatric Rehabilitation Clinic, also in Methuen. Ongoing work for NRHN includes efforts on an Adult & Pediatric Clinic in Lowell, Massachusetts, that is being fit out in a historic mill building.
NRHN was founded in 1984 and is physician owned. In addition to its flagship location in Salem, New Hamphsire, NRHN also operates three other acute rehabilitation hospitals in Nashua, Portsmouth, and Manchester, New Hampshire, as well as over 20 outpatient centers, a home care division, a sports medicine division, an outpatient pediatric division, and many other services for those in need of rehabilitation.
"We're proud of this selection, and excited to continue our work with NRHN," said Tony Cavallaro, President of JACA Architects. "NRHN has an outstanding track record for meeting the rehabilitation needs of the communities they serve, and we're proud to contribute toward expanded offerings that will become available in Methuen based on this project."