Health Care

  • PINNACLE SURGICAL ENVIRONMENTS
    FLOYD MEDICAL CENTER


    The unyielding demands for accurate dew point, humidity, and temperature control in surgical suites creates a challenge
    for any engineer aspiring to deliver efficiency and optimum space conditions. It’s a challenge that the Phoenix Design
    Group, Inc. in Nashville, Tennessee has faced many times since hospital work constitutes approximately 90% of the
    firm’s business.

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    EXCEPTIONAL AIR
    CENTRE HOSPITALIER DEL'UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL

     

    The Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM) is the largest French-language teaching hospital in North America. This goliath healthcare project boasts 2.5 million square feet with the goal of providing high indoor air quality while reducing energy consumption to achieve a LEED Silver standard. THE SEMCO SOLUTION:SEMCO provided a total of 47 energy recovery units and approximately 250,000 sq. ft. of acoustic/thermal plenums and extended plenum systems to supply 2.8 million cubic feet per minute (CFM) of outside air.

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    HEAT RECOVERY UNIT PROVES EFFICIENCY
    THE GLEN AT WILLOW VALLEY

     

    The Glen at Willow Valley is a five-level, 140,000 sq. ft. life care facility for 94 assisted living patients, 120 patients needing skilled nursing care and 60 other patients suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias. Because of the county’s rustic beauty and garden-like atmosphere, the appearance of new construction for the Glen is under Lancaster County government scrutiny. Besides the facility’s appearance, the county required the building and the material used to build it to be of high quality and energy efficient. 

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