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Phoenix Children’s Hospital
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Planned with the concept of family-centered care in mind, the Phoenix Children’s Hospital is designed to create a positive experience for families and patients. This new 770,000-square-foot, 10-story hospital has a patient and ambulatory tower, a central plant, and three parking structures.
In three comprehensive commissioning phases, Glumac peer-reviewed and quality-controlled the design and implementation of a highly efficient, leading-edge mechanical, electrical, and plumbing system. Featuring an onsite central utility plant, a cooling tower system, a water-cooled chiller, and a daylighting system.
Glumac also provided review of the building commissioning process for the central utility plant – performed by a testing contractor – to oversee its correct documentation and application. These efforts allowed the project to meet the standards of Green Guide for Healthcare Version 2.2.
Size: 770,000 sf
Project Cost: $450 million
Completion Date: 2012
Architect: HKS, Inc.
Contractor: Kitchell Construction