Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center September update

The medical center’s systems are being started and checked for all aspects of the project.


September 2014 update:

  • Southland Industries has begun startup and checkout of equipment in all areas of the project.

  • The rough-in of mechanical and plumbing systems is nearly complete on all buildings; finishes are underway in all areas.

  • Kitchen equipment is being installed.

  • Radiant system in-slab tubing complete. Plumbing installation in all parking garages is nearly complete.

  • The chilled and steam plants are online and being commissioned.

  • MRI room rough-in is complete.

An aerial view of the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center from the northeast. Image courtesy: Gary Lovewell, Aero Photo

Southland Industries accepts the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lone Star Award for safety. Image courtesy: Gary Lovewell, Aero Photo

This shows an air handling unit (AHU) condensate recovery pump. Image courtesy: Gary Lovewell, Aero Photo

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