ASHRAE 170 Pressure Room Pressurization
Certain rooms in a healthcare building should be correctly pressurized with respect to surrounding areas. If rooms are not properly pressurized, an imbalance may exist between the supply and exhaust rates for the room. The following are examples of positively pressurized rooms: Operating Rooms Delivery Rooms Trauma Rooms Laser Eye Rooms Pharmacy Surgical Supply Clean Workrooms and Sterile Storage
How Can We Eliminate Waste in Construction & Operations in the Healthcare Industry?
Before diving into how we can eliminate waste and conserve money and resources, we need to take a look at the reality. I’ll identify some challenges this industry already faces.
Expert Planning Overcomes Weather Delays
Project Name Polk Medical Center Critical Care Facility Project Location Cedartown, Georgia Project Team Owner: Polk Medical Center General Contractor: Brasfield & Gorrie Architect: Earl Swensson Associates, Inc. Engineer: Phoenix Design Group Contractor: McKenney’s, Inc.
Making a Big Impact Quietly
Project Name Cancer Support Center Renovation Project Location Kennesaw, Georgia Project Team Owner: Regional Health Network General Contractor: Cork-Howard Construction Company Subcontractor: McKenney’s, Inc.
A Greener Hospital by Design
McKenney’s is building a wide range of energy-efficient mechanical systems using green practices for the 325,000-square-foot medical center in Braselton.
An Educated Approach to HVAC
McKenney’s installed HVAC ductwork and piping at a nanotechnology research and training facility under renovation at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
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