The McKenney’s team needed to install the HVAC system in the new location without disrupting ongoing patient services occurring next door. They had to work around a significant amount of existing below-floor plumbing in occupied spaces. In addition, a large stainless steel exhaust duct system had to be routed through multiple floors to the roof where the fan would be installed.
Internal collaboration between the McKenney’s Engineering, Automation & Control Solutions and Healthcare teams eliminated the need for multiple contact points and created a seamless deliverable. By coordinating with the architect and general contractor, optimal routing and installation methods minimized disruption of the patient care areas. McKenney’s previous knowledge of the facility, design/build capabilities and on-staff medical gas certified technicians ensured a smooth, successful relocation.
The HVAC system was installed without disrupting medical services, on time and under budget.
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