Category: Health Care
Project Title: Carl T Hayden VA Medical Center, Energy Conservation Project
Project Designation: Health Care Projects
Owner: Department of Veteran Affairs
General Contractor: Jokake Construction
Architect: Bridgers and Paxton
Engineer: Bridgers and Paxton
Project Description: The VA Energy Conservation Measures project was awarded to Midstate Mechanical as a design-build mechanical project as part of a team consisting of an Engineer, General Contractor and Midstate. This project is located at the Main VA Phoenix Hospital at 7th Street & Indian School Road.
The job consisted of the following projects at the site: Installation of a completely new Heating Hot Water system to serve the building heating requirements for the new AHU’S and VAV Boxes, Replacement of fifteen rooftop VAV air handling units serving various areas of the hospital, Replacement of 260 VAV Boxes through-out the hospital, Replaced Eight 80,000CFM Fan Wall Units for the Main Tower Air Handling System, Installed Two Large Energy Recovery Ventilators to Pre-Condition the heavy OSA Load, and we installed a 3000Ton Chilled Water Thermal Storage System to produce and store chilled water overnight for lower kilowatt/hr cost for the owner. The hospital remained functional with no down-time as the work was performed.