BOSTON - BOND, a leading Boston-based construction manager announced today that they have strengthened their project delivery team with the addition of Paul Rollins, PE, LEED AP as project executive. Paul is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, with a degree in Civil Engineering. His 30-year career includes construction work for clients spanning the academic, healthcare, and biotech industries.
Paul, a North Andover resident, has completed projects under a wide variety of delivery models. His portfolio includes Lawrence & Memorial Hospital’s $30M, 50,000 square-foot Oncology Center and Medical Office Building, delivered under an Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) approach, incorporating Lean construction methodologies and cutting-edge Virtual Design and Building Information technologies. He also delivered the 217,000 square-foot, ground-up construction of Millenium Pharmaceuticals Building completed under two separate GMP contracts, and honored as R&D Magazine’s "Lab of the Year.”
Paul’s healthcare clients also include Baystate Medical Center, where he completed the 641,000 square-foot "Hospital of the Future," composed of a cutting-edge heart and vascular center, new emergency department, and intensive care unit; Heywood Hospital, for which he built a $27M emergency department addition; and North Shore Medical Center, where he delivered a $30M phased renovation of patient beds, intensive care unit, and imaging unit.
Major academic work includes the construction of Smith College’s LEED Gold-certified Ford Hall Engineering and Science Building and Harvard University’s Laboratory for Integrated Science and Engineering, as well as in-depth preconstruction planning for the 1 million square-foot Harvard University Allston Science Complex.
"Paul’s extensive experience in the academic and healthcare markets is strongly aligned with BOND’s strategic growth plan, and we are excited to have him on board," said Robert Murray, BOND President.