North Pavilion Expansion Site Work and Powerhouse Core and Shell

project at a glance

  • Client Beaumont Services Company, LLC
  • Architect Harley Ellis Devereaux  
  • Location Royal Oak, MI
  • Attributes HealthcareMichigan

The site preparation work and core and shell expansion of the main powerhouse at Beaumont Hospital’s Royal Oak, Michigan Campus included the relocation and installation of underground utilities on approximately 18 acres of the active medical campus in preparation for future hospital expansion.

 

The powerhouse now has additional space to accommodate mechanical equipment. Its construction included the use of engineered earth retention systems and utility support structures to maintain active chilled water mains. It also featured the use of normal and emergency power feeders serving the active South Hospital area during the construction of new foundations for the basement addition. 

 

Turner also built a 4,500 square foot patient drop-off canopy at the Hospital’s East Entrance. Work included the construction of caissons, structural steel frame, stone, brick and plaster finishes on the free-standing EPDM roofed canopy. The East Entry Registration area was also renovated in preparation for future expansion along with offices and lobby areas totaling approximately 1,000 square feet.

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