Shawn Donovan has joined BOND as vice president, strengthening the abilities of its Healthcare Group. A 35-year veteran of the construction industry, his depth of expertise will allow the company to better serve its clients and continue to grow its healthcare portfolio.
Donovan has completed major healthcare projects throughout New England, including the $265-million, 420,000-square-foot Ruth J. Shapiro Cardiovascular Center for Boston’s Brigham & Women’s Hospital; a $125-million, 380,000 square-foot expansion to Maine Medical Center, including a women and infant’s center and a central utility plant and the $33-million, 94,000 square-foot four-story addition to Frisbie Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York, composed of endoscopy and labor/delivery departments, an outpatient clinic and cardiology rehab space.
His long-standing relationships with healthcare clients in the Boston, Massachusetts market include Brigham & Women’s Hospital, where he has completed more than 300 renovation projects in the last 15 years; the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, where he has delivered over $15 million in renovation work in the last 10 years and Boston Medical Center, where he led construction of the $165-million, 280,000-square-foot Carl J. and Ruth Shapiro Ambulatory Care Center and the Menino Pavilion expansion, composed of an emergency department and OR suite.
BOND’s Healthcare Group is constructing Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham’s 30,000-square-foot West Suburban Cancer Center and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s $10-million Jimmy Fund Clinic. They also recently completed the addition of a combined heat and power facility to Burlington’s Lahey Health.