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Client: Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital
Location: Sugar Land, TX
Delivery: Construction Manager-at-Risk
The Brazos Pavilion added 76 beds bringing the hospital’s total bed count to 347. The new pavilion includes a 20-bed intensive care unit, two 28-bed medical/surgical levels, a chapel, pharmacy, conference center, administrative space, and mechanical space. The fourth floor was shelled out for future construction. We also added a two-story catheterization laboratory and renovated 16,000 SF of the existing dietary/food service space, and other ancillary support spaces.
For this project, we constructed a new cooling tower and installed a 2,000-ton chiller. Working with the commissioning agent and the hospital’s facilities staff, we generated a testing and commissioning plan to allow these systems to begin serving the hospital prior to us swapping the existing chillers to the new cooling tower. Once the Owner was comfortable with the new system, we took the existing chillers offline and the hospital began using the new cooling tower with no issues.
120,000 SF patient floors
36,000 SF labor and delivery suite
23,800 SF patient room expansion
50,900 SF intensive care unit renovation
99,125 SF hospital expansion