The project consisted of the design and construction of utility services to a new hospital building and replacement of some existing chilled water lines. This project included extensive excavation for, and installation of, over 2,000 LF of 36” supply and return chilled water lines, 1,500 LF of 3” steam lines, 1,500 LF of 3” oxygen lines, installation of over 1,000 separate 4” PVC conduits, 6 manholes and replacement of over 300 LF of 12” domestic water lines. The final phase of the project included the construction of a 2,000 square foot computer room to house the hospital’s main phone switch and services. All work was governed by OSHPD.
Hughes Marino Construction Management (CM) was able to augment the hospital’s existing project management staff and manage this project for them. This allowed the hospital to manage the construction of the new building while Hughes Marino CM managed the installation and extension of water, steam, oxygen, chilled water and phone/data services to the new hospital building, including extensive coordination with the existing hospital to schedule service outages.
Hughes Marino CM’s scope of work included extensive document review, bid evaluation and scoping, final contract negotiations and construction from demolition of existing utilities through completion of the project.
Square Feet - N/A
Contract Amount - $4.9 Million
General Contractor - Roel Construction
Architect - NBBJ