Construction underway for Spectrum Health buildings


Construction underway for Spectrum Health buildings
The architect’s rendering of the new Spectrum Health Systems headquarters in Westborough. (Photo/Courtesy)

WESTBOROUGH – Construction is underway for two new buildings on the Spectrum Health Services campus at 154-155 Oak St. Westborough. 

RP Masiello is the design-build construction manager for the project, which includes a new corporate headquarters for Spectrum and a state-of-the-art intake center for people seeking treatment.

“We are pleased to begin this relationship with Spectrum Health, creating new facilities that will help them expand their important mission,” said David Masiello, president of RP Masiello.

The new three-story headquarters building will include executive and administrative offices, IT service space and a multipurpose training center. It is designed to accommodate Spectrum’s current daily operations while also creating additional flexible space for future expansion of the nonprofit organization that has been a leader in substance use and mental health treatment programs since 1969.

The new intake center will be a two-story steel frame building. The design utilizes the topography of the site so that each level will have direct exterior access. The first floor will host a 24-7 urgent clinic to evaluate people in crisis and admit them to the appropriate treatment program. 

The second floor will host a day program, with classrooms, counseling spaces, offices and a cafeteria.

With site work and steel erection now underway, both new buildings for Spectrum are expected to be completed in 2024.


Spectrum Health plans expansion at Westborough campus

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