AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER
- Project Overview
- Project Details
Torcon recently completed the renovation of a former surgery area in a state-of-the-art Ambulatory Care Center. The surgery area was vacated in 2011, when the construction of the Critical Care Building was completed.
Although located entirely on the ground floor, the project area encompassed the entire wing of the Regan Building segregating it from the main hospital traffic.
The renovation included five (5) new ambulatory operating rooms, three (3) endovascular operating rooms and one (1) pain management treatment room. Additionally rooms for 38 new pre- and post-op patient beds serving both the operating rooms and endovascular rooms were constructed along with new men’s and women’s locker rooms.
The project scope also included:
- A new fire suppression system
- Plumbing, piping, and fixtures to support the new area
- HVAC system is new RTU, booster fan for existing unit, VAV boxes supporting ductwork and piping
- Electrical systems including power wiring & devices, fire alarm, lighting, communications, nurse call and security systems