HEALTH CARE FACILITY DESIGN

 

 

Military Hospital Renovation and Upgrade - USAF and US Army Hospitals in Morningside, MD and Washington, DC
     
Aeromedical Staging Facility Project
Malcolm Grow Medical Center, United States Air Force 79th Medical Wing Andrews Air Force Base
Morningside, Maryland
Cost: 2.0 Million

The project includes a complete renovation of the 16,000 square feet, 45-bed facility located at the base hospital at which casualties from overseas military operations are received. In this patient staging facility, patients receive short-term care as they await transport to other military medical facilities. Our scope of work included a complete rework of the HVAC system allowing improved cooling and heating capability by providing individual climate control in each patient room; extensive exhaust system changes to meet new code requirements; changes to the medical gas, vacuum and electrical systems in accordance with NFPA 99 to accommodate new and additional headwall assemblies; laundry facility changes; and architectural floor changes and the ceiling rework necessary for it.

  War Fighter Lasik Project
Malcolm Grow Medical Center, United States Air Force 79th Medical Wing Andrews Air Force Base Morningside, Maryland
Cost: 2.2 Million

The project includes a complete renovation of one hospital wing currently used as a maternity ward for labor and delivery. The new facility is an ophthalmology center focusing on lasik eye surgery procedures. Our scope of work includes HVAC changes to accommodate a complete new floor plan; ventilation systems and controls for rooms containing laser eye surgery machines; medical gas and vacuum system changes in accordance with NFPA 99; plumbing changes for additional sinks and restrooms; electrical power distribution and lighting changes in accordance with AIA guidelines and NFPA 99; and uninterruptible power supply for laser eye surgery machines.

2nd Floor Soldiers Family Assistance Center Renovation, United States Army Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Washington, DC Cost: $800,000

The project included a complete renovation of 3,742 square feet of existing space within the main critical care hospital building to form a new office facility for SFAC. Our scope of work included architectural, mechanical and electrical design. Wall changes and a new ceiling system design were necessary to renovate a space which at one time had housed a small theater within the hospital. Extensive changes to the HVAC systems were necessary to provide the VAV system necessary for zone temperature control within the space. HVAC systems are located on interstitial floors between floors. Electrical system changes for power and a new lighting system design were necessary. The facility includes a new small computer room.

  B080 Space Renovation, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Washington, DC Cost: $600,000

The project scope of work includes the renovation of 5,900 square feet of existing storage and laboratory space into a new office and laboratory space. Located in the pathology building lower basement level, the project included architectural, mechanical and electrical design. The architectural design included the demolition of an existing steel, mezzanine-level platform storage facility. The mechanical design included extensive changes to the HVAC system to establish a VAV concept for zone temperature control using an existing constant volume air handling unit. The electrical design included a complete new lighting concept and extensive changes for power distribution.




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

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