ARH Beckley Hospital
The ARH Beckley project is an example of a complex phased renovation in an existing hospital. The scope of work for this project was to demolish and renovate 10,000 sq. ft. on the 4th floor of the hospital patient tower. The remaining 5,000 SF on the 4th floor serves as a children’s pediatric wing and was required to remain operational at all times along with the entirety of the 3rd, 2nd, and 1st floors.
The existing MEP infrastructure was fed vertically inside the building and required careful coordination to ensure domestic water, hydronics, electrical, plumbing, and medical gas systems stayed operational throughout the floors below and in the 4th-floor pediatrics wing for the entirety of the construction.
The MEP systems and the partition walls for the renovated space were removed. Additional bypass loops and valves were added at strategic places to keep existing infrastructure functional. The total construction cost was $3,500,000.
This project was completed on schedule and within budget with no downtime for patients outside of the renovated space.