Chase Brexton Health Care is a primary care provider serving a diverse group of patients at six clinics in Baltimore City, Randallstown, Columbia and Easton, as well as at Sheppard Pratt's Way Station office and at the Maryland Institute College of Art. A Joint Commission-accredited Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), Chase Brexton provides a range of clinical services from primary medical care to behavioral health services to pharmacy.
The Chase Brexton project was a 44-week, 100,000-sf historical interior and exterior renovation of buildings dating back to the 1920s, 1930s and 1950s. The interior renovation included significant demolition and removal of existing interior finishes, structural modifications, alterations to terracotta and structural concrete desk to accommodate new ornamental and egress stairs, and new elevator shafts for new elevators. The project scope also included the infill of the existing three-car elevator and stairways, installation of three new six-story stair towers while simultaneously coordinating asbestos removal and existing building structural conditions, installation of a new emergency generator, exterior plaza renovations, and a new pharmacy. The project also included a new lobby and reception area, a new conference center, administrative offices, new behavioral health facilities, dental and medical treatment rooms with new architectural design elements and finishes throughout and a total replacement of the existing MEP infrastructure.