TRITEC first began working with Mather Hospital on several projects for the Mather-St. Charles Hospital Health Alliance.
The first project TRITEC undertook with the Alliance was the Jefferson's Ferry, a 420,000 sq.ft. Continuing care retirement community. This high-end residential complex provides independent residential living, an activity center, and healthcare. TRITEC completed construction in May of 2001. During the construction of Jefferson's Ferry, TRITEC developed, constructed, and financed Island Rehabilitation and Nursing for the Alliance. This 120-bed nursing facility is a three-story nursing structure, with attached administrative wing, and amenities that include large comfortable resident/family lounges, a beauty parlor, a patio, a spacious dining room, a state of the art kitchen, and a daily living kitchen. The project was completed at TRITEC's Exit 63 development in April 2001.
After the completion of these projects, TRITEC began working on campus at Mather Hospital.In 2004 TRITEC added a Physical Therapy suite that offers private treatment areas, a spacious gym with state-of-the-art equipment, whirlpool therapy, and cardiovascular equipment. Parking is conveniently located directly outside of the center, with ADA-approved access.
TRITEC completed an MRI suite in early 2007, which houses the new MRI, the Signa® EXCITE 1.5T HD; with this machine, Mather Hospital can capture dramatically detailed diagnostic images of patients in high definition.
In 2008 TRITEC renovated the Cody Surgical Center. The facility is comprised of 10 operating room suites, a recovery area, a 12-bed intensive care unit, units for cystoscopy, endoscopy, pre-admission testing area, and a separate area for pediatrics. When constructed the operating rooms built by TRITEC were now some of the most technologically advanced OR's on Long Island.
TRITEC Building Company completed the construction of Mather's pharmacy in the Spring of 2010, the infusion suite in the Fall of 2010, and the Emergency Room Modernization in 2011.