The facility is LEED Silver Certified, a credential awarded to projects that must meet specific criteria related to maximizing efficiency, saving money and resources, and promoting renewable, clean energy.
The first floor of the 26,000-square-foot facility houses comprehensive women’s services including 3D mammography, breast ultrasound, Positron Emission Mammography (PEM), stereotactic breast biopsy, bone density, and breast and general MRI. The second floor features the high-risk and genetics program and will be available for physician office and educational space.
Rendina was the project manager, and Anderson-Moore Construction, Davis Stokes Collaborative, Cotleur & Hearing and Jeff H. Iravani Inc. rounded out the experienced team that brought this state-of-the-art facility to fruition.
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John D. Couris
President and Chief Executive Officer of Jupiter Medical Center
The Margaret W. Niedland Breast Center represents a significant expansion of our breast health prevention and treatment for our community. The new Breast Center provides next generation technology for early detection of breast cancer, housed in a beautiful facility designed with both the patient and community in mind. We are proud to be responsible stewards of the community as demonstrated by our commitment to ensuring that new Breast Center is a LEED certified silver project facility.
Richard M. Rendina
Chairman and CEO of Rendina
We consider it a privilege to be Jupiter Medical Center’s real estate partner. We’re honored to have played a role in a project that will undoubtedly make a meaningful difference in the access and quality of healthcare services in our hometown of Jupiter, Fla.