Engineering for Healthcare Projects
Healthcare is an environment where lives are literally at stake, and healthcare campuses present several unique challenges. First, they’re among the world’s most frequently modified facilities, so engineering these projects requires a depth of experience to address each facility’s issues and design systems that provide flexibility for future changes.
Healthcare facilities also present several challenging HVAC requirements, including isolation, containment, infection control, and life safety for multiple occupancies. Our mechanical and electrical engineers are well-versed in addressing these issues, as well as designing extensive back-up power systems and a wide range of low-voltage systems—including paging, infant abduction, and patient wandering systems.