Exempla St. Joseph Hospital - Mechanical Systems Maintenance, DENVER, CO
Mechanical Maintenance Services
TRAUTMAN & SHREVE SERVICES VALUE DELIVERED
- Fast Track
- Work performed while hospital was in full operation
- No interruption to any hospital departments
MECHANICAL SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE SCOPE OF WORK
A series of mechanical system maintenance projects that consisted of ongoing design/build assist services with Cator-Ruma & Associates. Our services on this mission critical project included mechanical construction, plumbing and piping work on the 6th floor, 4th floor, 2nd floor LDRP, prenatal unit, and the linear accelerator. Specific project information:
- Heating and cooling 3-pipe system upgrades including building automation systems and controls.
- Main tri-plex domestic water booster pump system with multiple PRV station replacements.
- Air handling units (HVAC systems), steam, condensate, chill-water piping system, ductwork, and control replacements AC-10/AC-15.
- Main hospital vacuum and medical air system replacements.
- Absorber commercial chiller piping replacements.
- Basement, ductwork and fire damper modifications.
- 12th floor commercial HVAC retrofit upgrades that included high-pressure steam, condensate, chill-water piping, heat exchangers, and primary air handling unit replacements
EXEMPLA ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL FACILITY BACKGROUND
St. Joseph Hospital is owned and managed by Exempla Healthcare. Exempla Healthcare is a not-for-profit community-based organization sponsored by the LMC Community Foundation and the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Health System.
MECHANICAL SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE OBJECTIVE
To maintain and upgrade the hospital systems, on an ongoing basis, in order to accommodate the medical needs of a growing community.
MECHANICAL SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE SOLUTIONS
The original design/build and mechanical construction project required Trautman & Shreve, Inc. to work with Cator-Ruma & Associates with development of 3-D CAD fully coordinated drawings. These diagrams included construction engineering schematics for structural, electrical, fire protection, mechanical and plumbing systems. In doing so, Trautman & Shreve identified architectural, structural, and other discipline conflicts to coordinate proper preconstruction documentation prior to construction. This provided significant efficiencies in the field through a maximized fabrication process while eliminating the need for rework.