Founded in 1972, AIMS had humble beginnings as a painting contractor. Our philosophy of exceptional customer service and performance was rewarded with our first construction management contract in 1981, and we have never looked back. Since then, we have renovated hospitals, specialty hospitals and clinics, ambulatory surgery centers, and medical office buildings and we have grown to understand the challenging demands of how to build within occupied hospital spaces. From uninterrupted hospital operations and tie-ins to existing utilities and systems and ICRA and ILS requirements, we bring the expertise to deliver a higher quality of care. Our team is dedicated to building flexibility and savings into every project.
While we have grown to service other markets, our emphasis on healthcare has allowed us to service among the most prestigious healthcare systems and academic medical centers in the country. They recognize the value inherent of specializing in complex renovations. In fact, 95% of our work occurs in active facilities.
Our relationships with academic medical centers afforded us the opportunity to expand into higher education, infrastructure and labs. Our higher education portfolio now includes projects ranging from housing renovations to complex biosafety labs. Within infrastructure, our work includes emergency generator replacements, bulk medical gases, and sprinkler upgrades.
Every company is defined by their values, and AIMS is no exception. Our values are at the heart of our business, and impact everything we do. These values shape our desire to make a difference one project at a time.
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"Just a note to let you know what a nice job your staff did for me on the WBH Endoscopy Expansion Project. It was a very difficult project from an interference with hospital operations standpoint that included complicated phasing requirements. Your team made every commitment and made my job managing the project easy work. It is amazing that not one complaint call reached my desk during the entire nine-month construction interval.”
William Beaumont Hospital