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UNC Hospitals

 

EP Lab F

Year of Design: 2012

Construction Budget: $1,219,000

Project Description: This second floor renovation of APCF provided a new EP Lab and support space for the facility.  A new air handling unit with built-in redundancy was designed for the new EP Lab and to replace the existing air handling currently serving Invasive Cardiology and its support spaces.  Significant changes occurred to the electrical, HVAC and medical gas systems to accommodate the new lab and its equipment.

 

Hedrick Building Fire Alarm

Year of Design: 2012

Project Description: The project involved replacing the existing fire alarm system in the four story, 70,000 square foot office building. The existing fire alarm system was replaced with a new Simplex system installed by Simplex. The fire alarm design met the requirements of NCSBC, NFPA 72, SCO Electrical Guidelines and Department of Insurance Requirements.

 

Medical Air Compressors

Year of Design: 2011

Project Description: The project included removing five existing medical air compressors and installing two new medical air compressors, each sized to handle the full load of the hospital, plus 25%.  The renovation also included a new lab air system, new Dental Air system to serve the existing Dental Lab, rework of master alarms, and replacement of the existing interconnect piping between buildings. The new line acts as a main and is located on the 2nd floor. The line extends from the Cancer Hospital to the Old Clinic Building and connects to the two new air compressors and the Cancer Center air compressor.

 

Pharmacy Renovation

Year of Design: 2008

Project Description: The project involved the interior renovation of approximately 5200 square feet of space in Memorial Hospital.  The HVAC systems for the project included a new air handling unit, the demolition of existing air distribution systems, new air distribution systems which connected to the existing building systems, design of HVAC systems to comply with USP 797 and hood exhaust systems. The electrical systems for the project included electrical power distribution systems, general lighting systems,  life safety systems, including fire alarm and emergency egress/exit lighting systems and data systems. The sprinkler systems for the project included connection to and redistribution of the existing wet pipe sprinkler system. The plumbing systems for the project included the demolition of existing plumbing fixtures,  addition of new plumbing fixtures, extension of the existing waste, vent, and water systems to new plumbing fixtures.

 

6th Floor Patient Room Additions

Year of Design: 2007

Project Construction Budget: $3.3 million

Project Description: The project, currently in construction, involved the renovation of the 6th Floor Administration area to convert the space into a patient floor and conversion of 10 patient rooms on the 5th floor Burn Unit into ICU compatible rooms. Project involves the demolition of existing HVAC systems, a new roof mounted air handling unit with new chilled water and hot water modifications, new air distribution system consisting of ductwork, diffusers and hot water terminal reheat units.  Project included connection and redistribution of existing wet pipe sprinkler system.  Plumbing included the demolition of existing fixtures, new toilet fixtures including two bariatric units and medical gas outlets and extension of existing waste, vent and water to new fixtures.  Included is the design for a new domestic water pressure booster system for the Patient Support Tower.  The electrical systems for the project included electrical power distribution systems, general lighting systems, life safety systems including fire alarm and emergency egress/exit lighting systems, telecom systems, isolated power systems for the 5th floor, and nurse call system.

 

Abdominal Transplant Clinic

Year of Design: 2004

Project Budget: $925,000

Project Description: Project consisted of a 5,000 square feet renovation of the abandoned Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.  The space was renovated into a Clinic for Abdominal Transplants such as kidney and liver.  Spring Stoops McCullen Engineering was responsible for all aspects of the engineering design.  The renovation included new ductwork, air distribution, terminal units, fire/smoke dampers, sprinkler piping and quick response sprinkler heads. The renovation also included plumbing systems for new fixtures (water closets, lavatories, exam room sinks, etc.) and medical gas systems and new lighting, power, fire alarm, nurse call and telephone/data services.   

 

ED Admitting and Discharge

Year of Design: 2008

Project Description: This 3600 square foot renovation on the ground floor of Neurosciences Hospital provides a intermediate stop for patients that have been through the ED and are waiting for a patient room in the hospital. The area has 7 holding bays where the patient and their family member can wait in a more pleasant surroundings. The space was previously administration for the ED so the area was completely renovated. Medical gas was brought to the area. Headwalls, zone valves and alarm panels were installed. The HVAC system was upgraded to provided adequate ventilation and a more controlled environment. The electrical system was completely renovated to provide normal and emergency power, nurse call, and communications.
 

CT Scan Suite Renovations

Year of Design: 2005

Project Description: Project consisted of a 1,150 square feet renovation of the existing CT scan area.  The existing reading room and prep room were removed to accommodate two new CT scanners   Two offices were renovated to house the displaced reading room and a dressing room was renovated to house the displaced offices.  The renovation included new ductwork, air distribution, terminal units, a chilled water fan coil unit, sprinkler piping and quick response sprinkler heads.  The renovation also included plumbing systems for new fixtures (hand wash sinks, etc.) and medical gas systems and new lighting, power, fire alarm, nurse call and telephone/data services. 

 

MRI 5 Renovation

Year of Design: 2005

Project Budget: $725,725

Project Description: Project consisted of a 2,150 square feet renovation of the existing MRI suite.  A 5th MRI was added which included the MRI room, equipment room and control room.  The renovation also consisted of small floor plan changes to the Inpatient Prep/Recovery and IV Prep areas.  The renovation included renovation to the existing air distribution, installation of emergency exhaust and quench duct, and pre-action sprinkler system. The renovation also included plumbing systems for new fixtures (water closets, lavatories, hand wash sinks, etc.) and medical gas systems and new lighting, power, fire alarm, nurse call and telephone/data services. 

 

PET/CT Scan

Year of Design: 2006

Project Description: The project involves the interior renovation of approximately 1000 square feet of space on the basement floor of Women’s & Children’s Hospital.   Project includes the demolition of the existing air distribution systems as necessary with new systems connected as required.  An extension of the existing chilled water system was required for cooling the CT equipment.  Power and general lighting was provided, along with fire alarm and emergency lighting as required by code, and connection and redistribution of the existing wet pipe sprinkler system.  Existing plumbing systems were demolished and replaced with a new toilet and medical gas outlets.

 

Spec/CT

Year of Design: 2006

Project Description: The project includes the interior renovation of approximately 500 square feet of space on the basement floor of the Women's and Children's Hospital.  Project includes the demolition of the existing air distribution systems as necessary with new systems connected as required.  New hydronic fan-coil units were designed to meet the cooling requirements of the new CT equipment, including extension of the existing chilled water system to the hydronic fan-coil units.  Power and general lighting was provided, along with fire alarm and emergency lighting as required by code, and connection and redistribution of the existing wet pipe sprinkler system.  Existing plumbing systems were demolished and replaced with a new sink and medical gas outlets.  Existing waste, vent, water and medical gas were extended.

 

Women's Clinic Renovation

Year of Design: 2006

Project Description: Project included the renovation or four areas within the Women's Clinic. One room was subdivided into two exam rooms, adding a small patient work-up area and a Storage room, converting an existing exam room to a Consult room. Three Exam rooms were exchanged with three offices, including moving a toilet door.  An exam room was reconfigured.  New plumbing fixtures were designed, as well as connections to existing waste, vent and water piping.  Medical gases were provided in Exam rooms. Hot water piping, ductwork and air distribution devices were supplied to the renovated areas with demolition of existing piping, ductwork and air distribution as necessary.  Power, lighting, fire alarm, nurse call and telecommunication conduit were provided for the renovated areas.

 

ED Holding, Neurosciences
Year of Design: 2007
Project Description:
The project involved the interior renovation of approximately 1475 square feet of space in the Neurosciences Hospital. The HVAC systems for the project included demolition of existing air distribution systems, 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 data systems The sprinkler systems included connection to and redistribution of the existing wet pipe sprinkler system. The plumbing systems included demolition of existing plumbing fixtures, new toilet fixtures and medical gas outlets (oxygen, air and vacuum), extension of the existing waste, vent, and water systems to new plumbing fixtures and extension of the existing medical gas systems to new medical gas outlets.

 

CP#2 Cooling Tower Reclaimed Water

Year of Design: 2008

Project Description: The project included a site survey of the existing areas surrounding chiller plant #2, including land surveying of the site by a registered land surveyor, preparation of drawings to show the location and details for the installation of reclaim water piping within the chiller plant and from the plant to three existing cooling towers.  The existing domestic water was used as a backup. Our firm coordinated the bidding and Construction Administration of the project.

 

CT Scan Relocation

Year of Design: 2008

Project Description: The project involved the interior renovation on the second floor of APCF near the escalator. The existing RF Room and adjacent areas were renovated to house relocated CT Equipment. Adjacent spaces included renovations for a conference room, offices, and portable C-Arm.  The HVAC systems included demolition of existing air distribution systems, new air distribution systems which connected to the existing building systems, chilled water fan coil units to offset heat load from equipment, extension of chilled water from an existing location to project area.  The electrical systems included electrical power distribution systems, general lighting systems, life safety systems, including fire alarm and emergency egress/exit lighting systems, and data systems.  The sprinkler systems included connection to and redistribution of the existing wet pipe sprinkler system.  The plumbing systems included demolition of existing plumbing fixtures, new toilet fixtures and medical gas outlets (oxygen, air and vacuum), extension of the existing waste, vent, and water systems to new plumbing fixtures and extension of the existing medical gas systems to new medical gas outlets.

 

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