Phillip and Susan Ragon Building Project
The Ragon Building will strengthen our ability to deliver exceptional health care, providing a transformative facility for our patients and our workforce. It also represents an opportunity to enliven our West End and Beacon Hill neighborhoods, provide job opportunities for those historically underrepresented in the trades, and make an unprecedented $62 million investment in our local communities.
Building for the future. Learn more about the plans, construction, regulatory overview, and meet the project team for the new clinical facility.
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Addressing long-standing wage inequities by improving the representation of women and minorities on construction projects in Greater Boston and encouraging young people to pursue construction careers.
Making an historic $62 million investment to diverse communities and organizations in Boston and the North Suffolk region. Learn more about funding opportunities.
Enhancing Cambridge Street as an important gateway into Boston, including a proposed new T stop. Mass General is also supporting some of the area’s most treasured organizations and programs.
Rising, at a Pivotal Moment
Two steadfast and visionary Massachusetts General Hospital supporters — Phillip and Susan Ragon — have made a monumental contribution toward the construction of our new facility on Cambridge Street, which will now be named the Phillip and Susan Ragon Building.
Slurry Wall Construction at the Phillip and Susan Ragon Building at Mass General
In May 2023, construction of the slurry wall commenced at the site of the new Phillip and Susan Ragon Building at Mass General.
Massachusetts General Hospital Breaks Ground on a State-of-the-Art Clinical Care Building
On Thursday, October 27th, MGH broke ground on a multi-year construction project. The new facility, to be located on Cambridge Street, will be home to the Mass General Cancer Center and the Corrigan Minehan Heart Center.
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu
We’re looking to the future for many hundreds of thousands of families who need care, to the future of the health care workforce who have been stretched and tested and continued to serve, and to the future of this city and this region.