Boston Medical Center Brockton Behavioral Health Center
The Nation's First Zero Carbon Behavioral Health Hospital
Innovative healthcare engineering is one of our passions, and it shows in the care we put into every project. Whether it’s a small clinic or a large hospital, we understand that special attention and expertise are needed to address infection control, equipment functionality, illumination levels, indoor air quality, operational costs, ROI, occupant comfort and many other complex issues.
In addition to the care environment, CMTA prioritizes facility energy / carbon reduction and embraces the national effort to design hospitals under the 100 EUI (kBtu/sf/yr) threshold. Our energy efficient projects create cost savings that fund improved experiences and outcomes for patients, providers and communities. In 2014, CMTA designed the first U.S. hospital to operate below 100 EUI. Today, CMTA’s resume includes the most energy-efficient hospital in the country, along with some of the best performing facilities and health campuses in the world.