St. Joseph's Medical Center Patient Pavillion
Architect : Anshen+Allen, San Francisco
St. Joseph's Medical Center's new four-level Patient Pavilion, opened for patient care on March 20, 2010. The 152,000 square foot, $117 million project added 79 beds to serve more patients, and is connected to the existing facility with a pedestrian bridge and underground passageway.
The Pavilion features:
79 new inpatientbeds increasing St. Joseph's total bed count to 359
State-of-the-art building featuring all private patient rooms
Women & Infants Center featuring Labor, Delivery, and Post-Partum, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), and C-section Surgical Suites
Adult Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
All private rooms with personal bathrooms and showers
Underground parking garage
Our studio provided complete HVAC,Plumbing and Fire Protection consulting services.
The HVAC systems incorporate state of the art sustainable design features such as 100% outside air heat recovery air handling units with UV lights for superior indoor quality and infection prevention, a dedicated energy center with high efficiency chillers, boilers, cooling towers and pumps, and integrated DDC controls.
The Plumbing systems included the upgrade of the campus central Oxygen farm, medical equipment and medical gases distribution, central sewage lift station and all the hospital supporting plumbing infrastructure.
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