Vistamatic awarded contract to supply vision panels for $136 million Caritas Project at Five major Massachusetts hospitals
Vistamatic, a world leading designer and manufacturer of observation window systems, today announces a strategic partnership with architects The SLAM Collaborative and Suffolk Construction to supply vision panels for the CARITAS Project, a $136 million renovation and expansion project for five leading hospitals in Massachusetts.
This contract incorporates: St Elizabeth’s Hospital, Brighton - new radiation oncology suite; St Anne’s Hospital, Fall River – expanded surgery and emergency department; Good Samaritan Medical Center, Brockton - new free-standing ER addition; Holy Family Hospital, Methuen - new free-standing ER and Carney Hospital, Dorchester – new surgery suite.
Vistamatic vision panels are renowned for simplicity, durability and refined aesthetics. The panels consist of three sheets of glass set within an insulated unit, which are operated using Vistamatic’s propriety lever mechanism. When the lever is turned, the inner sheet of glass rise to enable observation and, by turning the handle back, vision is obscured. As part of the CARITAS Project,
Vistamatic is supplying a series of VW1 panels ranging in size with white vinyl lines, one side handle with 1/2” laminated and key locking handles.
Says Vistamatic CEO, Kevin Roth: “We are delighted to win this contract and partner with such prestigious architects and contractors in the execution of the CARITAS Project’s vision to create transformational environments that enhance human health.”
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