SAN LEANDRO, CA. - EMCOR Group Inc., announced that its Marelich Mechanical subsidiary has been awarded contracts for the installation of the HVAC and plumbing systems for the Kaiser Permanente San Leandro Medical Center Hospital Tower and the Central Utility Plant in San Leandro, California.
Marelich Mechanical will be the primary mechanical and plumbing contractor for the Hospital Tower and Central Utility Plant. Marelich’s involvement in the project began at its inception, coordinating the BIM (Building Information Modeling) for all major trades from its own offices prior to the site being ready. Scope of work for the six-story, 434,000 square foot Hospital Tower, which will consist of 12 operating rooms and 264 beds, involves installing the underground utilities feeding the Hospital Tower from the Central Utility Plant, including the steam system, hydronic systems, emergency domestic water system, and medical gas systems. Scope of work for the two-story, 30,300 square foot Central Utility Plant involves installing chillers, pumps, boilers and air handling units.
“It’s a real honor to be part of such a large and sophisticated project and have the opportunity to continue the relationship we have established with this valued client,” stated Keith Atteberry, president and CEO of Marelich Mechanical. “Marelich has a proven track record of delivering exacting, complex design requirements for mechanical and plumbing systems with reliability and integrity -- it’s what clients who work with us on a regular basis want, and have come to expect from our highly skilled and experienced resources.”