New England Cancer Specialists
New Oncology Patient-Centered Medical Home

Project Summary

AlliedCook Construction and Bateman Partners, LLC were selected by New England Cancer Specialists (formerly Maine Center for Cancer Medicine) and Whipple Callender Architects to develop and construct a 15,000-SF medical office building that will bring world-class cancer treatment to York County.

The building’s site is adjacent to the Maine Turnpike Exit 25. New England Cancer Specialists and Whipple Callender Architects designed the facility as a patient-centered medical home. AlliedCook worked closely with New England Cancer Specialists, Whipple Callender and Bateman to develop a construction budget and schedule that completes the project in ten months, including design development, permitting and construction, while also delivering the client’s desired program elements within a fixed NNN 15-year lease.

The one-story, wood-framed building has a masonry brick with cementitious siding and panels. The building offers abundant natural light with a solarium/nourishment area and a spacious, comfortable treatment room, overlooking a trellised patio/healing garden, for employing the latest technologies for administering chemotherapy. The overall program includes exam rooms, laboratory and a state-of-the-art pharmacy and dispensing program. The building also has a porte chochere entry for patients and an 85-car parking lot with landscaping.

The project gained local planning board approval in August 2014. Construction began in November 2014.