Bedford medical site design disappoints planning board
“This is nothing like any of the buildings in that area or in Bedford,” said alternate member Lynn Healy. “I’m very disappointed with this.”
Mires designed the building with a flat roof with raised and peaked roof areas to emphasize the entrance. The wall sections are 20 feet high with a high parapet section to conceal the rooftop HVAC system. The rooftop over the entrance area is dark red, seamed metal, which is also used as an awning. The front is a stone facade up to the roof line with cream-colored cement clapboard siding.
Puyanic said medical waste will be contained inside the facility and will be removed by a professional company. Kevan said using the site as a cut-through is not easy because of the landscaping and the parking lot.
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