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GET TO KNOW US Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. (SSR) is a 100% employee-owned engineering and consulting firm that believes in putting people first. You are the driving force behind our dedication to providing engineering, commissioning, sustainability, and technology solutions. Leveraging our more than 50 years of expertise, we’re focused on providing exceptional client experiences. We know that your successes are our successes — and we intend to succeed. Since our founding in 1968, SSR has provided engineering and consulting services to the healthcare industry, serving
clients from coast to coast and internationally with expertise in building systems design, energy management, and facility operations. SSR understands that as one of the most regulated industries in the nation, healthcare presents a demanding business environment. We are familiar with the challenges facing healthcare leaders, with the increased demand for successful patient outcome and quality of care at a lower cost, and the resulting impact on performance, cost, and energy consumption expectations. By nature, we are attuned to the need for flexibility and innovation in all stages of healthcare facility life cycles.
I HAVE SUCCESSFULLY COLLABORATED WITH SSR ON A PROJECT AND HAVE BEEN PLEASED WITH THEIR SERVICE. THEIR PROFESSIONALISM, KNOWLEDGE, HEALTHCARE EXPERTISE, AND ANALYSES OF ENGINEER TRADES BRING GREAT VALUE TO ANY PROJECT TEAM. JILL PERSALL, DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES TEXAS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
Our experience in designing healthcare projects spans a multitude of delivery methods, design conditions, and project scope and complexity. In our design of over $3 billion in healthcare construction each year, SSR has maintained our core foundation of MEP system design for the healthcare industry. SSR’s experience in managing complex design processes will serve your project with attention to detail, responsiveness, and a desire to work for overall project success.
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BUILDING ENCLOSURE Building Enclosure Commissioning Roof Consulting Enclosure Testing Facility Condition Assessments & Investigations Design & Design Consulting CIVIL Site Planning & Development Grading & Drainage Erosion & Sediment Control Stormwater Management Surveying & Mapping Hydrology COMMISSIONING Total Building Commissioning Retro-Commissioning Continuous CommissioningÂŽ COMPLIANCE AND FACILITY MANAGEMENT Continuous Compliance Readiness Environment of Care Reviews Day 2 Compliance Facility Management Consulting Compliance Education/Training CONTROLS AND INTEGRATION Process Control SCADA Wireless Communications Machine Control & Guarding Data Collection
WHAT WE DO ELECTRICAL Power Distribution Interior & Exterior Lighting Daylighting Standby Power Facilities Uninterruptible Power Power Conditioning Coordination Studies ENVIRONMENTAL Water Treatment & Distribution Wastewater Treatment & Collection Water Reclamation/Reuse Integrated Water Planning Financial Analysis Program Management FIRE PROTECTION Wet & Dry Sprinkler Systems Clean Agent Systems Foam Systems Hydraulic Modeling GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS) System Design & Implementation Infrastructure Mapping & Asset Management Data Migration Mobile & Web-based Geospatial Solutions Location Analytics Training
MECHANICAL Central Energy Plants Building Automation Systems Energy Management CFD Analysis Geo-Exchange Campus Distribution Systems High Performance HVAC Cogeneration PLUMBING Building Water Supply & Sewer Gas Systems Water Use Audits & Management Greywater & Rainwater Systems Process Pure Water Solar Water Heating
TECHNOLOGY + EQUIPMENT PLANNING Healthcare Technology + Equipment Planning Healthcare Consulting Equipment Planning Communication Systems Design Security Consulting Audiovisual Design Asset Management Procurement Transition Planning Move Management
STRUCTURAL Foundations, Deep & Shallow Reinforced, Pre-Stressed, & PostTensioned Concrete Steel Fabrication Failure Analysis Seismic Evaluations & Retrofit
TRANSPORTATION Roadways & Bridges Signalization Airports Port Facilities Roadway Planning & Safety Audits Intelligent Transportation Systems Construction Engineering Inspection
SUSTAINABILITY Green Building Certification Consulting Sustainability Consulting Building Performance Consulting
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OWENSBORO HEALTH REGIONAL HOSPITAL OWENSBORO, KY Owensboro Health engaged SSR to provide MEP design engineering and technology consulting services on the Owensboro Health Regional Hospital, a 780,000 SF replacement facility. The Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) project had an overall goal of delivering a new healthcare facility that centered on patient experience and staff satisfaction. The nine-story hospital includes an emergency department, PACU, 16-OR surgery unit, pharmacy, and childrenâ€™s services. In designing the new facility, SSR and the IPD team were diligent in keeping key needs of Owensboro Health first. The project had a tight timeline and budget. To meet these requirements, lean design principals were applied. Because of the IPD arrangement, major MEP systems were selected early in design and the team was able to use pre-fabricated construction materials. Due to the close coordination among the design teams, multiple design packages were released, allowing construction to begin before design was completed. These factors allowed for shortened design and construction time.
OWENSBORO HEALTH REGIONAL HOSPITAL
MISSION HOSPITAL FOR ADVANCED MEDICINE ASHEVILLE, NC The Mission Hospital for Advanced Medicine project is a 608,000 SF expansion to replace and relocate services of Mission St. Joe Hospital from across Biltmore Avenue onto the main Mission campus. The 11-floor tower includes intensive diagnostic and treatment modalities (emergency department, interventional surgery, cath, and ICU) in addition to multiple nursing unit floors. The project involved complicated phasing and interconnection with existing utilities that required the combined effort of both the designer and builder. SSR and the general contractor engaged the major trade subcontractors in an extensive design-assist program, to enable the subs to begin their coordination and fabrication processes early (to meet an aggressive project schedule) and to identify and resolve coordination issues before they hit the field.
MOHAWK VALLEY HEALTH SYSTEM UTICA, NY SSR is providing mechanical, electrical, plumbing, technology, and sustainability engineering and consulting services for a 685,000 SF, 360-bed replacement hospital for Mohawk Valley Health System in Utica, NY. Project program includes new emergency department, diagnostic, interventional, behavioral health, and inpatient units for med-surg and critical care as a replacement for the St. Lukeâ€™s and St. Elizabethâ€™s hospital campuses. Our scope includes a new central energy plant, including 5MW generator capacity and 3,000-ton chiller capacity.
COOK CHILDREN’S MEDICAL CENTER
CONFIDENTIAL PEDIATRIC CLIENT
FORT WORTH, TX
SSR has been working with Cook Children’s Medical Center (CCMC) since 1996, helping this growing campus evolve and anticipate future needs. Over the past two decades, we’ve been involved in a wide variety of projects, including major renovations and additions, master plans, expansions, and upgrades. Some of our key projects with CCMC include the North and South Towers and Dodson Specialty Clinic on the main campus in Fort Worth, TX, and Cook Children’s Northeast Hospital in Hurst, TX.
One of the world’s premier centers for research and treatment of children, is building a new, 560,000 SF research tower to house additional research laboratory / vivarium space to support current and future research demand. The tower’s programming includes the lab, vivarium, and administrative areas, as well as supplemental support spaces. SSR provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection design services for the tower. Included in our scope of work was a design-assist energy model that helped the project team in maximizing the energy efficiency of the building and guided cost effective decision making.
GOLISANO CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
LOUIS AND PEACHES OWEN HEART HOSPITAL
The Lee Memorial Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida manifests the vision of the Lee Memorial Health System to expand their pediatric healthcare from a “hospital within a hospital” to a 160-bed, free-leaning children’s hospital. Located on the existing Health Park’s campus, this project had four components: the Children’s Pavilion (293,505 SF), expansion for the central energy plant (8,004 SF) to support the Children’s Pavilion, various renovation and enabling projects to the existing HealthPark Medical Center (88,508 SF), and the addition of a parking garage.
The Louis & Peaches Owen Heart Hospital includes an outpatient cardiac rehabilitation suite, an expanded surgery suite with three operating rooms, and shell for three additional rooms, 24-bed nursing units on two floors and shell for one more floor. Originally opened in 2012, SSR provided services for an expansion to the existing hospital to provide a designated, high profile entrance. In 2016, SSR was engaged to provide services for a 24,650 SF build-out of the sixth floor to an ICU suite mimicking an existing floor.
MEMORIAL HERMANN HEALTH SYSTEM HOUSTON, TX SSR began working with Memorial Hermann in 1991 and has been one of their preferred consultants since. Projects have ranged from small renovations and infrastructure upgrades to new facilities on the following campuses: Memorial Hermann, Texas Medical Center – Houston Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital – Houston Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital – Katy Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical City – Houston Memorial Hermann Northeast – Humble Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital – Houston Memorial Hermann Pearland Hospital – Pearland Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital – Houston Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital – Houston Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital – Sugar Land Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital – The Woodlands
MONROE CARELL JR. CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL NASHVILLE, TN Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt is undergoing a four-story vertical expansion, adding 170,000 SF of space that will be used to fulfill current and future healthcare needs of children from Tennessee and surrounding states. This expansion, when completed, will bring Children’s Hospital’s inpatient capacity to nearly one million total SF. The project includes expansion of the existing mechanical penthouse, addition of four new floors, and relocation of the existing heliport. One floor will be fit-out as a state-of-the-art inpatient bed floor (NICU and/or PICU). As part of the expansion, the design team is taking the opportunity to propose updates and modifications to the existing facility that will increase the energy efficiency of the building. Additionally, the new square footage will require infrastructure upgrades for additional capacity, including the installation of a steam turbine chiller.
CHEYENNE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER CHEYENNE, WY Looking to provide top-notch care to the surrounding communities and remain competitive in the marketplace, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center (CRMC) engaged SSR to provide mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design and technology services for a new cancer center and emergency department expansion. During design of the 48,000SF cancer center, the team had to keep a possible future vertical expansion in mind when laying out systems and how they could be expanded if necessary. The center provides a single location for education, support, and therapy for the surrounding communities. The center houses a state-ofthe-art linear accelerator and tomography suite, as well as a new CT/SIM system. In addition to the new cancer center, CRMC expanded their exiting emergency department. Designing additions can prove difficult, especially when the existing facility remains in operations, as CRMC did. To accommodate this, the 40,000 SF expansion was completed in phases, shuffling around departments as needed to ensure patient care and safety at all times. The addition allowed for an additional five trauma bays, eight CDU exam rooms, four psychiatric exam rooms, 14 general exam rooms, a satellite pharmacy, and a penthouse that holds all new MEP infrastructure.
MEP FOR HEALTHCARE
Each year, SSR handles projects from small departmental renovations to replacement and new construction projects of 1.5 million SF or more. We have provided comprehensive engineering design and facility consulting services to clients across the United States and around the world. Working for a diverse client group, our team of experts partner with our clients to deliver advanced solutions that last. SSR recognizes the impact of MEP systems on project outcomes such as patient safety, particularly in the pediatric setting. Our design process results in team based solutions that optimize patient safety along with other critical project objectives.
JEFFERSON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER PINE BLUFF, AR To respond to the growing needs of population it serves, Jefferson Regional Medical Center (JRMC) sought a new vision for a replacement facility â€” incorporating quality and value within a realistic budget. The resulting phased replacement aligned with JRMCâ€™s strategic goals of enhancing patient experience, growing market share, modernizing the facility, bolstering recruitment, and improving operational efficiency. SSR is providing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design services for 300,000 SF of new construction and renovations, 118,800 SF new bed and diagnostic pavilion, 77,150 SF renovation to the existing North Tower, a new 21,000 SF support building, and a 19,000 SF Central Energy Plant.
UTSW WPC UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL TOWER III DALLAS, TX SSR provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design and construction administration services for the 12-floor, 460-room patient-centered UT Southwestern William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital, a facility that utilizes innovative design, advanced technology, and best practices to provide excellence in care. The main hospital opened in 2014 and experienced a greater-than-expected demand for care. To meet this need, UT Southwestern undertook a $480 million, 12-story expansion that serves as the clinical home for the Peter Oâ€™Donnell Jr. Brain Institute, consolidating acute inpatient care services currently provided at Zale Lipshy University Hospital, and adding operating rooms, interventional suites, an expanded emergency department, and two new parking facilities. The new podium and tower connects to the existing hospital at each of the 12 floors and the design of the original facility allows the expansion to proceed with minimal disruption to existing operations. Clements University Hospital, including its ER, remained operational throughout the 30-month project.
SARASOTA MEMORIAL HYBRID OR-21
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS MEDICAL CENTER
KANSAS CITY, KS
Looking to provide the highest level of care to the residents of Sarasota and surrounding communities, Sarasota Memorial Hospital (SMH) renovated and upgraded OR-21 to serve as the pilot for several future OR renovations. It was SMHâ€™s desire to create a hybrid OR, combining a traditional operating room with advanced imaging services. The hospital decided to employ new technology in the room, such as a modular ceiling system and stainless steel wall panels. These features addressed two key goals of the project: a reduced down time for OR-21 and the surrounding space; and improved patient care.
SSR provided medical equipment planning on a 27,000 SF ambulatory surgery center on first floor with one OR, two procedure rooms, and a diagnostic treatment space with CT, gen rad, bone density, and mammo. The project also includes a 70,000 SF medical office building. SSR provided a separate review for architecturally significant equipment for the physician group on the second and third floor clinic spaces and we provided technical specifications to the design team.
TEXAS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL LEGACY TOWER
FORT MYERS, FL
For more than 15 years, SSR has helped Lee Health provide quality healthcare to more than one million patients each year. We serve as an extension of their team and continually seek out ways to make their facilities more efficient, make our processes more effective, and better serve as their advocate.
Texas Children’s built 19 floors on top of the existing building base next to Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women adding 643,000 SF, resulting in a 25-floor tower, bordering the Texas Medical Center (TMC).
We’ve been involved with hundreds of projects across their facilities, including the new Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida.
The new tower houses 130 beds for pediatric and cardiovascular intensive care, new operating rooms with the latest technology and will be the new home to Texas Children’s Heart Center, including the outpatient clinic, cardiovascular operating rooms and catheterization labs. The total project budget for the vertical expansion is $506 million.
TECHNOLOGY + EQUIPMENT PLANNING
As the healthcare construction market continues to evolve, we are seeing the convergence between digitally driven medical communication system applications and the advance in technology associated with fixed and movable medical equipment. Looking beyond the typical cohabitation of equipment and technology planning and design, our Healthcare Technology + Equipment Planning practice provides clients with a truly seamless experience bringing technology, equipment, and clinical expertise together. SSRâ€™s team offers a single point of responsibility from visioning through move management, allowing barriers to be removed and the streamlining of communication and coordination. This full integration of services results in improved project outcomes.
DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER DURHAM, NC SSR has been providing technology design and medical equipment planning services for multiple projects at Duke University Medical Center for over a decade. Facilities weâ€™re worked in include the Medical Pavilion, Cancer Center, Eye Center, and Bed Tower Addition Our comprehensive technology systems planning typically includes structured cabling, nurse call/ code blue, television distribution systems, closed circuit and interactive video systems, telephony, VoIP infrastructure expansion, WAN infrastructure, GPS wireless clock distribution, and physicians dictation. For medical equipment planning, all of the Duke University Health System projects have utilized Equipment Solution Planning (ESP), a proprietary web-based software planning tool, allowing us to provide real-time equipment data and information to design and the project teams. Duke still utilizes this software internally to assist with other projects they are managing.
MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA CHARLESTON, SC SSR provided medical equipment planning, procurement, and facility transition/move management services for the following projects: • MUSC Children’s Ambulatory Campus (CAC) • MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital • MUSC Musculoskeletal Institute • MUSC West Campus SSR was engaged to provide medical equipment planning and procurement for the CAC multidisciplinary clinics. This project also included diagnostic imaging, procedure and OR rooms, as well as an urgent care. For the Shawn Jenkins project, SSR provided full procurement services and drawing revisions for construction. The Musculoskeletal project consisted of imaging, clinics, OR, and procedure areas. SSR also provided technology planning and design services for the new MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital.
TRADITION MEDICAL CENTER PORT ST. LUCIE, FL SSR provided comprehensive communication planning, technology systems design, and commissioning services for the 201,000 SF medical center. Tradition Medical Center includes 60 medical/surgical beds, 10 intensive care unit beds, 12 post-partum unit beds, six neonatal intensive care unit beds, five operating rooms (one shelled), two endoscopy/minor procedure rooms, two c-section operating rooms, an emergency department with 28 treatment bays, and an imaging department including space for the following major equipment: one CT room; one MRI room; two ultrasound rooms; one nuclear medicine room; two general R&F rooms; and one interventional radiology room. Also included is surface parking for 488 cars. The project utilized the Integrated Project Delivery method. SSR designed and commissioned the ICU telemedicine monitoring system. The facility is LEED GoldÂŽ certified.
PIEDMONT NEWNAN HOSPTIAL
OSU WEXNER MEDICAL CENTER
Piedmont Healthcare engaged SSR to provide services related to the medical equipment needs of the new facility. Our scope of work included conducting an inventory audit of existing medical equipment as well as assessing each pieceâ€™s condition to determine if it would be reused or replaced. We utilized Equipment Solution Planning (ESP), a proprietary web-based software planning tool, to provide real-time equipment data and information to Piedmont and the project team. When time came to transition to the new facility, SSR was responsible for moving, warehousing, and relocating all medical equipment.
The Ohio State Universityâ€™s Wexner Medical Center is an 1.8M SF inpatient tower to replace aging University Hospital buildings on the Columbus, OH campus and allows them to be one of the top academic medical centers. This tower will feature as many as 840 private patient rooms, adding 400 new beds including a new 60-bed neonatal intensive care unit. The tower also includes expansion of the emergency department, surgery and interventional suites, imaging, and critical care areas. SSR is providing technology planning and design and visioning services.
WELLSTAR HEALTH SYSTEM
BAPTIST MEMORIAL NORTH MISSISSIPPI
SSR has provided medical equipment planning, procurement, and facility transition / move management services for multiple projects across the WellStar system at the following locations: • WellStar Kennestone Hospital • WellStar Avalon Health Park • WellStar Paulding Hospital • WellStar Cobb Hospital • WellStar Acworth Health Park • WellStar Windy Hill Hospital • WellStar Blue Tower 2 • Multiple WellStar MOBs
SSR provided technology services for the new Baptist Memorial North Mississippi replacement hospital. The five-story hospital is 602,831 SF, including 217 beds with more comprehensive medical and surgical services. The emergency department was designed to allow for a future expanion to more than 31,000 SF, with 35 rooms.
COMMISSIONING FOR HEALTHCARE
SSRCx, a division of SSR, offers client-centered, high-quality services resulting in first class facilities and lasting relationships with builders and owners across the country. SSRCx has the experience and proven track record to ensure building systems operate as designed and to optimize system operation. SSRCx has been at the forefront of commissioning healthcare facilities, providing quality commissioning services since 1998. This history has equipped SSRCx with a unique blend of qualified commissioning agents holding the necessary experience to embrace the challenges of your project, from complex mechanical and electrical systems to the building enclosure and technology. Nearly 65% of SSRCx’s commissioning revenue is derived from healthcare or research projects. More than 80% of SSRCx’s new project work is with repeat clients because we meet our client’s expectations of quality commissioning services.
ATRIUM HEALTH CHARLOTTE, NC Atrium Health is embarking on an ambitious and far reaching program to transform the delivery of healthcare for the Carolinas and surrounding region. The need to develop and deliver high-quality, efficient, and effective facilities — on time and in budget — cannot be overstated. Atrium has wisely recognized the degree to which a solid facility commissioning process is critical to that delivery and engaged SSR’s commissioning division to serve in the commissioning agent role for their upcoming projects. Systems Commissioned: • Mechanical equipment and systems • Plumbing equipment and systems • Electrical equipment and systems • Fire protection system • Security systems
WILLIAMSON MEDICAL CENTER FRANKLIN, TN SSRCx has been engaged by Williamson Medical Center to provide commissioning services for their new state-of-the-art Bone and Joint Institute on their campus in Franklin, TN. The 121,000 SF free-standing building offers comprehensive orthopedic services and includes an outpatient surgery suite, clinic, supporting outpatient imaging, and physical therapy spaces. Systems Commissioned: • Mechanical equipment and systems • Plumbing equipment and systems • Electrical equipment and systems • Fire protection system • Med gas
THE LUNDER BUILDING, MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL
IU HEALTH REGIONAL ACADEMIC HEALTH CENTER
Located in the heart of Massachusetts General Hospital’s main campus, The Lunder Building brings together both inpatient and outpatient clinical services through connections with nearly half of the other buildings on site.
The 620,000 SF, five-floor medical facility will improve the patient experience, including greater patient privacy through the use of patient transport areas not visible to the general public. The outpatient portion will include a comprehensive cancer center, specialty physician offices, surgical suites, a minor-procedure area and a diagnostic center.
Systems Commissioned: • Mechanical equipment and systems • Plumbing equipment and systems • Electrical equipment and systems • Fire protection system
Systems Commissioned: • Mechanical equipment and systems • Plumbing equipment and systems • Electrical equipment and systems
STEAD FAMILY CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
ADVENTHEALTH WESLEY CHAPEL
IOWA CITY, IA
LAND O’LAKES, FL
The University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital is designed as a healing environment that improves the health and well-being of children and their families. The project consists of 480,000 SF in new construction plus 56,250 SF.
In an effort to better serve the citizens of Land O’ Lakes, Florida, AdventHealth opened a freestanding emergency department in January 2018. The full-service facility has 24 beds and state-of-the-art on-site imaging such as x-ray, ultrasound, CT scans, and laboratory services.
Systems Commissioned: • Mechanical equipment and systems • Plumbing equipment and systems • Electrical equipment and systems • Fire protection system • Med gas
Systems Commissioned: • Mechanical equipment and systems • Plumbing equipment and systems • Electrical equipment and systems
Since its founding in 1968, SSR has positioned itself a leader in consulting for sustainable and high performance building projects for public and private healthcare clients across the United States and around the world. Whether new construction or modernizing existing spaces, we have the depth of experience required to respond to your needs. SSRâ€™s professionals offer a full range of technical consulting services to optimize todayâ€™s complex facilities. Our team focuses on providing system solutions that are high performing and operationally efficient. Our commissioning and sustainability consulting division, SSRCx, works to position facilities achieve their sustainability and life cycle cost goals. SSRCx helps owners achieve sustainability goals using a variety of tools that include: Green Building Certification Consulting: LEED, WELL, Energy Star; Energy Modeling; Net Zero Energy Consulting; Greenhouse Gas / Carbon Consulting; Benchmarking & ASHRAE Audits; Facility Water Consulting; and Performance Specifications and Guidelines.
METHODIST OLIVE BRANCH HOSPITAL OLIVE BRANCH, MS Methodist Olive Branch Hospital is a 100-bed, four-story hospital in Olive Branch, MS. The facility includes 10 obstetrical beds, 90 med/surg beds, six ORs with one open heart room, adult and pediatric emergency department, ICU, labor and delivery, radiology department, two cardiac cath labs, MRI unit, ancillary services, and pharmacy. A multi-disciplined component team based selection process utilized energy and space utilization modeling to determine that a geothermal water source heat pump HVAC system would meet the ownerâ€™s goals for first cost, energy consumption, and overall total cost of ownership. Other project components include dedicated outside air units, extensive use of LED lighting fixtures, aggressive lighting watts/SF goal to maximize LEED points; battery free flywheel systems for critical branch, IT, and radiology equipment; and uninterrupted power. Methodist Olive Branch Hospital is the first LEED for HealthcareÂŽ Gold certified inpatient facility in the country.
JOHNSTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
ROCKINGHAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
SSR was hired to provide sustainability consulting services for this four-story, 230,000 SF acute care hospital. Our scope of work included LEED® facilitation and energy modeling services. • LEED® BD+C New Construction • LEED Gold® certified
SSR was hired to provide sustainability consulting services for the 600,000 SF greenfield Rockingham Memorial Hospital Hospital. Our scope of work included LEED® facilitation and energy modeling services. • LEED® BD+C New Construction • LEED Gold® certified
MISSION TRAIL BAPTIST HOSPITAL
SMYTH COUNTY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
SAN ANTONIO, TX
SSR was hired to provide sustainability consulting services for the 212,000 SF remediated brownfield Mission Trail Baptist Hospital. Our scope of work included LEED® facilitation, energy modeling services, and Measurement & Verification. • LEED® BD+C New Construction • LEED Gold® certified
SSR was hired to provide sustainability consulting services for this three-story, 145,000 SF acute care hospital. Our scope of work included LEED® facilitation and energy modeling services. • LEED® BD+C New Construction • LEED Silver® certified
INTEGRATED PROJECT DELIVERY (IPD)
The advance of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) methodology in the healthcare market has provided owners with a superior process to optimize cost, scheduling, and quality. SSR has been involved in significant projects where IPD methods have been utilized. We have learned the value of partnering with design assistant subcontractors, the power of prefabrication of major system components, and the effectiveness that comes from a system selection process that includes all stakeholders and looks at the full life cycle cost of system alternatives. SSR recognizes that the Integrated Delivery Process is truly a continuous learning process and we recognize the need to bring our past experience as well as an open mind to each project.
AWARD WINNING PROJECTS SPAULDING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL
TEXAS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL WEST CAMPUS
HOUSTON METHODIST HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT CARE CENTER
Modern Healthcare Magazine Award of Excellence; Boston Society of Architects Sustainable Design Award
Houston Business Journal Landmark Awards
OWENSBORO HEALTH REGIONAL HOSPITAL
Modern Healthcare Magazine Honorable Mention Award; ENR Best Healthcare Project in Midwest
ST. THOMAS RUTHERFORD HOSPITAL
Construction Owners Association of America Project Leadership Gold Award
CHILDREN’S MERCY HOSPITAL & CLINIC
METHODIST OLIVE BRANCH HOSPITAL
MEMORIAL HERMANN KATY HOSPITAL
TEXAS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL PAVILION FOR WOMEN
ASHRAE Region VIII Outstanding Project Technology Award
Kansas City Business Journal Capstone Award Special Judges Recognition / Community Impact
Building Memphis Awards Best Private Project; Construction Owners Association of America Project Leadership Gold Award
McGraw Hill Construction Best of Healthcare Award
Construction Owners Association of America Project Leadership Gold Award
ATRIUM MEDICAL CENTER
GOLISANO CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
RIVERSIDE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
Buildings Magazine Design Awards Grand Prize
ENR Southeast Healthcare Award of Merit
Virgina Living Magazine’s Top Hospitals
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