Springfield Regional Medical Center

New construction: Springfield Regional Medical Center; Dynamix Engineering Ltd.

08/09/2012


This is an exterior rendering of the Springfield Regional Medical Center. Courtesy: Dynamix Engineering Ltd. (Click to enlarge)Project name: Springfield Regional Medical Center

Location: Springfield, Ohio

Firm name: Dynamix Engineering Ltd.

Project type, building type: New construction, hospital

Project duration: 2.5 years

Project completion date: Dec. 7, 2011

Project budget for mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection engineering only: $67.5 million

Engineering challenges

The firm had to complete the project utilizing an accelerated schedule, without change orders, and on budget. We had to design a sustainable and energy-efficient environment.

Solutions

The firm completed the project two months ahead of schedule with zero infectious control issues. The project was completed with 0.3% mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology change orders. The project also was completed under budget. The firm implemented a sustainable and energy-efficient environment, and used the ASHE Green Guide as a checklist.

Additional information

View a brochure on the Springfield Regional Medical Center.



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