EMCOR Wins $150 Million in Health-care Jobs

NORWALK, CONN. EMCOR Group Inc. announced that it has been awarded contracts for a number of major healthcare projects across the U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom. The total value of the projects exceeds $150 million. The healthcare sector continues to expand and, as it does, technology and facility upgrades are becoming increasingly necessary, said Frank MacInnis, chairman and CEO of EMCOR Group.

NORWALK, CONN. — EMCOR Group Inc. announced that it has been awarded contracts for a number of major healthcare projects across the U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom. The total value of the projects exceeds $150 million.

“The healthcare sector continues to expand and, as it does, technology and facility upgrades are becoming increasingly necessary,” said Frank MacInnis, chairman and CEO of EMCOR Group. “EMCOR is uniquely qualified to manage the challenges presented by the integration and management of new technology and innovative internal systems and to do so in a way that fits within the financial and long-term strategy of an institution.”

According to the Congressional Budget Office, the need for long-term care services for the elderly will more than double during the next 30 years, with aging alone resulting in a 7% increase in hospital days per thousand over the next 10 years.

Over the past five years, EMCOR has completed more than 300 healthcare related projects across both the public and private sectors.

Examples of EMCOR’s new projects in the healthcare sector include:

Center for Disease Control & Prevention, Ft. Collins, Colo. EMCOR subsidiary Trautman & Shreve is providing complete installation of all HVAC and mechanical systems, along with CADD coordination of all mechanical, electrical and fire protection systems for the 257,000-sq.ft. lab facility. The project includes four floors of lab and office space, all interstitial equipment floors, and two levels of basement housing chillers, boilers, and support equipment.

Porter Adventist Hospital, Denver. Trautman & Shreve was also awarded a major building and renovation project in the new 474,000-sq.ft., two-story, 36-bed ICU and three-story surgery building including new rooms, auditorium, food service, and central sterile facility. Also included is a central plant revision with a new chiller, boiler and cooling upgrades, revised fuel oil systems for the boilers and generators, and new chilled, steam, and condensate mains to the ICU and surgery buildings.

Kaiser Antioch Hospital, Antioch, Calif. EMCOR subsidiary Contra Costa Electric will install and manage all electrical systems for a 345,000-sq.ft. facility.

County of San Diego Skilled Nursing Facility, San Diego. Subsidiary University Mechanical was awarded a contract by the County of San Diego for all HVAC and plumbing work at the 192 bed, 180,000-sq.ft. facility.

Lahey Clinic, Burlington, Mass. Subsidiary J.C. Higgins was awarded all HVAC work for the 188,000-sq.ft. facility’s Southeast Expansion Project. The future operating wing and new patient area will include eight custom air handlers, three 1,000-ton centrifugal chillers, and a mechanical upgrade to the central plant serving the addition.

Alberta Heart Institute, Edmonton, Canada. Comstock Canada will provide mechanical and electrical installations for five clinical levels, a basement, and a penthouse floor. The project includes tie-ins and extension of existing services while maintaining full operation of connections to existing University hospitals.

St. Nicholas Hospital, Newcastle, England. Drake & Scull will provide general heating, ventilation, power, and lighting installations. The company was previously involved in the design, development, and value engineering process, advising on suitable solutions, specialist equipment, and budget costs.