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Mid Coast Health Center, Brunswick, Maine

Low Voltage Cabling Construction Documents and Request for Proposal for Expansion and Renovation Project

Project Completed August 2009
DEFINE
The scope of the project was to provide a cost-effective solution for a new addition to the southern end of the hospital to include the redesign and expansion of the Emergency Department and a new patient pod.

DESIGN

  • Developed the space plan required to house current low voltage cabling equipment and included considerations for future growth.
  • Provided detailed room layout drawings: included cabinet (or rack) locations, pathway locations, and electrical outlet locations for two new TR’s and existing MDF.
  • Created Telecommunications (Low voltage) drawings and specifications (Division 27) suitable for bid.

DEPLOY
Expedited meetings with the Facilities group and end users for requirements for low voltage cabling to include Voice, Data, Wireless Voice and Data, Patient Monitoring connectivity, and CATV, utilizing the Mid Coast Hospital telecommunications structured cabling and equipment layout standards.

  • Organized and attended site visits as “Construction Administration”.
  • Effectively coordinated with the architect, mechanical and electrical engineers to assist with the required room size, sizing of the required HVAC system.

Recommended the locations and type of electrical outlets, telecommunications cabling pathways and the location details for the Main Distribution Frame and Telecommunications rooms included in the new addition.

DOCUMENT

  • Supplied a low voltage RFP to qualified contractors to include Low Voltage Specifications and Drawings as described above.
  • Delivered detailed analysis of all Structured Cabling bids received by Mid Coast Hospital.
  • Precisely reviewed and documented progress of all construction phases.
  • Provided site visit reports from Construction Administration visits.