If you have ansv;ered "yes" to one or more of the questions, but still think the project will cause no significant environ- ... | Although we feel that the impact of this project will be minimal, it does appear that there is some potential for damage which should be investigated in order to minimize any adverse effects. The ACC would consolidate outpatient clinics , private MGH physicians' offices, ambulatory surgical facilities, laboratories, and other medical sup- port activities , which are now provided at 14 separate locations, into one organizational frame- work and one building.
(If yes, indicate whether surface, ground water, offshore) There are no known water reserves on the site. (X) It has been determined that the project may cause significant enviroiimental damage. The proposed center would contain approximately 350,000 square feet of space throughout 14 floors, including 12 floors above and 2 floors below ground levels.
AMBULATORY CARE CENTER FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT Submitted to The Massachusetts Department of Public Health Submitted by The Massachusetts General Hospital and The Cambridge Street Community Development Corporation FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR THE MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL AMBULATORY CARE CENTER Prepared for: Massachusetts Department of Public Fealth Certificate of Need Program DPH No. 01273 Prepared by: Resource Planning Associates, Inc. Jane Kreamer, Department of Public Health, 80 Boylston Street, Room 925, Boston, Massachusetts 727-6274.
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The environmental team preparing the report was guided by representatives of the DPH, MGH and the Cambridge Street Community Development Corpora- tion (CSCDC) .
The CSCDC was organized in 1971 by the Beacon Hill Civic Association, the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Massachu- setts Eye and Ear Infirmary as a vehicle for the community cooperatively to plan for, and develop the Cambridge Street-West End area from Government Center to the Charles River.