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Rex Healthcare

 

Rex Diagnostic Center
Year: 2007
Project Description: The project scope includes the upfit of approximately 47,800 square feet of shell space in Raleigh, North Carolina.  The area will house several departments, including Surgery, Radiology, Medicine Oncology, Radiation Oncology, Urgent Care, Lab and all associated support areas.  The project will also include two mobile pads on site. The electrical systems for the project consisted of power, lighting, fire alarm, nurse call, emergency power branches, emergency generator and power for mobile pads.  The telecommunication will consist of empty conduit only.   The emergency power system includes a 600 kW diesel generator and life safety , critical and equipment branch automatic transfer switches.

 

Patient Room Renovation
Year:
2006
Project Description:
The project involves the interior renovation of approximately 1500 square feet of space in the existing Emergency Department including a Patient Holding Area with 4 beds, Consult Room, Collections Room, Office, and Toilet Room. 

 

Vascular Interventional Radiology
Year:
2006
Project Description:
The project involves the renovation of two existing radiology rooms. The Endovascular Room currently houses the Phillips Allura 12/15 equipment. The equipment will be replaced with Phillips Allura FD20 equipment. The modifications are limited to the relocation of the HVAC unit in the equipment closet and the removal, relocation and/or addition of up to ten electrical conduits. The power supply for the unit shall remain unchanged per our review of the Phillips Equipment Plans. The Vascular Interventional Room 2 (VIR 2) currently houses the Phillips Intergris V 5000 equipment. The Phillips equipment will be replaced with the Phillips Allura 12/15 equipment. The modifications required in the room are expected to be more extensive. We understand the modifications consist of reusing the existing HVAC distribution in the room and modifying the diffuser layout based on a lowered ceiling, possible relocation of medical gas outlets from the floor to the wall and complete redesign of electrical boxes and conduits associated with the Phillips equipment change.
 

Emergency Department Renovation

Year: 2006
Project Description: 
The project involves the interior renovation of approximately 1500 square feet of space in the existing Emergency Department including a Patient Holding Area with 4 beds, Consult Room, Collections Room, Office, and Toilet Room.

 

Cancer Center Linear Accelerator

Year of Design: 2007

Project Description: The project involved the interior renovation of approximately 7900 square feet of space on the 1st Floor of the Cancer Center.  This included the replacement of the existing Linear Accelerator, renovation of the Reception/Waiting area, renovation of the open Nurse’s Station and minor renovations to Dressing, Stretcher and Combined Workroom.  The HVAC systems included review of existing HVAC system serving the space and the Linear Accelerator HVAC requirements,  demolition of existing air distribution systems and new air distribution systems which connected to the existing building systems.   The electrical systems included electrical power distribution systems, general lighting systems,  life safety systems, including fire alarm and emergency egress/exit lighting systems and empty raceway for Linear Accelerator, Telephone/Data and Nurse Call.  The plumbing systems included connection to a Coffee Maker to meet the project programming, water piping systems and connection to existing water systems within the facility. 

 

Endoscopy Renovation

Year of Design: 2007

Project Description: The subject project involves the interior renovation of approximately 750 square feet of space in the Endoscopy Suite including a Nurse’s Station renovation and relocation of the Manometry room.  Project included a review of existing HVAC systems, demolition of existing air distribution systems and new air distribution systems to connect to the existing building system.  A Reflected Ceiling Plan was provided with the layout of existing sprinkler heads and the relocation of sprinkler heads as required no more than four feet.  No hydraulic calculations were required.  Plumbing systems included demolition of an existing sink, two new sinks, new medical gas for the Manometry room and relocation of existing medical gas valves at the Nurse’s Station.

 

EP Lab Renovation

Year of Design: 2007

Project Description: The project involves the replacement of existing GE Radiology equipment with new GE Equipment for an EP Lab.  The project  area includes the EP Lab, the Control Room and the Equipment Room.  Project included a review of existing HVAC systems, demolition of existing air distribution systems and new air distribution systems to connect to the existing building system.   Medical gases were relocated to accommodate the new equipment layout.

 

  Spring Stoops McCullen Engineering, PA  
  3624 Shannon Road, Suite 102  
   Durham, NC 27707  
  919-403-8000 (Phone) ● 919-403-9030 (Fax)