Over the past several years, regulators have given more attention to humidity levels in operating rooms and central sterile processing departments.
A multidisciplinary commissioning project allowed a health care facility’s electrical equipment to operate as designed and established a platform for all critical information and statuses to be displayed.
The opening of the new 340,000-sf surgical tower and ED is a transformational moment for MSMC as it equips them to enhance the care they bring to their patients and community for generations.
It’s vital for consulting engineers to not only identify the applicable codes and standards but also know the building and owner’s needs.
The revisions to USP 797 and new USP 800 standards will go into effect December 1, 2019.
The wall-mounted unit can be easily installed anywhere to destroy airborne viruses, bacteria and mold spores.
This presentation will cover an overview of the system operation with three 1250 ton chillers and an overview of the bypass system and how to size bypass valves.
NFPA 70-2017: The National Electrical Code (NEC) has many requirements that apply to designing electrical systems for health care facilities. It’s vital to understand the changes in the 2017 edition in order to stay code-compliant.
RTM was selected to provide engineering design of the MEP/FP systems as well as civil engineering for Artis Senior Living’s first community in an urban setting.
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