Owner: Parkland Memorial Hospital Engineer: HDR, Inc. General Contractor: BARA, Construction Manager Mechanical Contractor: Community Health Care Partners (A Brandt - Dynamic Systems, Inc Joint Venture) Architect: Corgan Products Used: Nexus Valve, Phoenix Controls, Munters, and Armstrong. Brief Description: Parkland Hospital, located in the Medical District just north of Downtown Dallas, is currently the largest hospital construction project in America. The facility will encompass 2.5 million square feet with 862 beds, adding desperately needed space particularly in critical areas such as the emergency room, operating room and the burn and neonatal intensive care units. The New Parkland Hospital is scheduled to be completed in 2014.
Owner: Children's Medical Center Engineer: SWA Mechanical Contractor: Brandt Engineering Products Used: 16 ClimateCraft Custom Air Handling Units Brief Description: McMillan James Partnered with Meinhardt (Now SWA) and Brandt Engineering to provide 16 ClimateCraft Custom Air Handling Units. These custom units we designed to cool CMC's 10 story patient tower expansion.
Owner: Baylor University Medical Center Engineer: Meinhardt/SWA General Contractor: MEDCO Mechanical Contractor: Polk Mechanical, Inc. Architect: Perkins + Will Products Used: ClimateCraft Custom Built Air Handling Units Brief Description: This project scope includes four ClimateCraft custom built rooftop air handling units including one 32,000 CFM unit, two 42,000 CFM units, and one 44,400 CFM. This project also includes one 6,600 CFM ClimateCraft custom built rooftop make-up air unit and one 6,600 CFM ClimateCraft custom built air-to-air energy recovery unit.
Owner: UTSWMC Engineer: Purdy-McGuire Inc. General Contractor: Holder Mechanical Contractor: Dynamic Systems, Inc. Products Used: Marley Cooling Towers, PACO HVAC Pumps, Nexus Valve Packages, and Elbi 14" Fabricated Suction Diffusers Brief Description: This 6,000-ton central utility plant serves the new University Hospital for UT Southwestern Medical Center. Purdy-McGuire designed a 5-cell all-stainless Marley cooling tower which was purchased through Holder Construction. Fourteen (14) PACO horizontal split-case pumps were chosen by Purdy-McGuire and Dynamic Systems for their highest efficiency and industrial construction.
Owner: Baylor University Medical Center Engineer: Meinhardt/SWA Mechanical Contractor: MEDCO Architect: Perkins+Will Products Used: Marley NC stainless steel crossflow cooling towers and PACO horizontal split case pumps. Brief Description: This 7,200-ton central plant located in downtown Dallas serves the main campus of Baylor University Medical Center. The project team chose the Marley cooling towers (Two 3-cell towers) for their higher capacity capability and gear-drive design. Six 400-HP PACO pumps were provided with John Crane "cartridge-type" seals.
Equipment: Munters desiccant dehumidification unit for outside air pre-treatment. Contractor: TD Industries Engineer: Meinhardt
Systecon pumping systems were installed as an efficient & cost effective way to pump chilled, hot & condenser water throughout the Medical Center. Systecon’s wire to water efficiency insured low operating cost. MJEC partnered with CCRD on this project.
Equipment Sold: Marley cooling tower, Lakos separator, Munters OA pre-treatment desiccant units and Nexus coil piping kits. Contractor: Brandt Engineering Engineer HDR
ClimateCraft air handling unit was installed on the roof of Chalmette Medical Center in Southern Louisiana. ClimateCraft thermal break insured that there was no condensate build up on the unit in the humid climate. MJEC partnered with CCRD on this project.
ClimateCraft Custom AHU replacing existing AHU delivered fully knocked-down & then installed on site w/o removing major duct, piping, wiring etc., all on very tight schedule to serve fully functioning area in major hospital
Equipment sold: Systecon packaged pumping skids for condenser water, chilled water and hot water systems. Also furnished a Munters outside air pre-treatment dessicant unit. Contractor: TD Industries Engineer: PSP
ClimateCraft AHU, Armstrong Humidifier, Danfoss VFD's. Closely coordinated with engineer, Meinhardt and the contractor Medco Construction, project had tight schedule, building was fully occupied.