Pomerado Medical Center and Central Plant
The 150,000 sq. ft., five-story building (along with an 84,000 sq. ft. remodel and 20,000 sq. ft. plant) is home to advanced imaging, outpatient surgery, outpatient infusion services, physician offices, a comprehensive outpatient women’s center and more..As the Commissioning Provider for this project were responsible for assisting the CM (Rudolph & Sletten) with the collection and or preparation of the following: Documentation required by the Office of Statewide Hospital Planning and Development (OSHPD) to secure final State approval of the project. Additionally, collected documentation required by the USGBC to secure (GGHC) LEED Certification of the project.
E-Cube joined the project team during the design development phase to provide commissioning coordination and design review services. This project incorporated a number of energy-efficient and sustainable design features. As part of an integrated design approach, E-Cube worked with the owner and design team to help develop a building that is as environmentally sound, energy-efficient and as easy to operate and maintain as possible.
For the construction phase, E-Cube led a comprehensive, multi-stage commissioning process for the mechanical (HVAC), electrical, controls, fire protection, fire alarm, plumbing, security, laboratory and IT systems. Commissioning activities concluded with a final report to the owner, which presented the results and included all documentation completed/collected during the process. Following this, post-occupancy measurement and verification was performed to help optimize building performance.
E Cube also commissioned the 20,000 sf central plant which included (3) HW boilers for hot water heating use in several buildings, (2) steam boilers for low pressure steam, a domestic water booster pump, (2) 1.5 megawatt generators along with paralleling gear transfer switches and exhaust fans. In addition, (1) chiller and tower were added plus a skid mounted primary & secondary chilled water pumping system, as well as hospital utilities, air and vacuum systems.