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Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Lebanon, PA

August 10th, 2015 | Case Studies - Healthcare | Share
Veterans Affairs

Construction of New ICU and Surgical Bed Units

Client:

Department of Veterans Affairs
Lebanon VA Medical Center
Lebanon, PA
Cost: $8 million

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This project involves the construction of the remainder of the interstitial space on the second floor of Building 104, and the full third floor. The construction will allow a fourth and fifth floor to be added at a later date. This project included eight inpatient rooms, two isolation rooms, and support space.

2015-0312 ICU Interior Rendering 1 Light | Construction | Veterans Affairs

 

The scope of the work included:

  • Extensive construction coordination to be provided as the floor below is an active medical surgical unit
  • Design of two new passenger elevators and two new service elevators.
  • Design drawings that reflect proper work times coordinated with the hospital
  • New HVAC units and controls designed to meet current ASHRAE standards throughout the area
  • New nurse station and waiting area
  • All new system controls that are compatible with existing controls while meeting the requirement for individual room controls
  • Design work compliant with the space criteria referenced in PG-18-9 “Space Planning Criteria for VA Facilities”

2015-0312 ICU Interior Rendering 2 Light | Construction | Veterans Affairs

2015-0312 ICU Interior Rendering 3 Light | Construction | Veterans Affairs