CorpEvents New England was selected to work with Suffolk Construction & The Boston Convention And Exhibition Center engineers to construct the BCEC into the “Boston Hope” Medical Center. Boston Hope is a full functioning hospital to support Boston in the Covid-19 Pandemic.

CorpEvents NE provided the labor to support this project and is now working 24/7 to manage incoming and outgoing materials at the docks. This project began on April 4 and was fully constructed in less than a week.

“This was literally done in four days and having everyone come together. It’s just amazing to see it all come together.”
– Mayor Marty Walsh

Boston Hope stretches over 516,000 square feet of space which would typically be occupied by trade shows and conventions.  The medical facility will host 1,000 + beds, increasing the capacity to treat coronavirus patients. In addition, there are six acute-care suites and a physical therapy suite as well as 52 nurses stations and 48 bathroom facilities.

CorpEvents New England is honored to assist Governor Charlie Baker’s efforts to combat Covid-19 in Boston and throughout the Commonwealth. 

For more information, check out Bob Dobinski & Tim Kilduff’s HCam TV’s ‘Hopkinton Hangout‘ hour that took place on April 16th. HCam TV chats with Bob & Tim and dive deeper into what the process of “Boston Hope” entailed.



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