Saint Joseph Hospital Infrastructure Upgrade Phase 1–10
The 100 year old Saint Joseph Hospital needed a complete replacement of antiquated electrical equipment feeding the patient towers, north wing, and Russell Pavilion.
By devoting time to complete a comprehensive and thorough plan, the team found more costeffective feeder routing changes, which resulted in a reduced cost to the general contractor.
- Performed a complete replacement of all antiquated electrical equipment feeding the patient towers and North wing of the hospital
- Completed electrical distribution to the Russell Pavilion
- Fed new feeders and re-fed two existing 125KVA UPS without taking the system offline • Added a 4MW powerhouse with removal of four existing generators, added three new 1750kw generators and relocated one existing generator
- Rewired the boiler house and chiller plant
- Installed new electrical distribution panels, switchboards, and associated feeders
Savings were achieved by combining temp power feeds and MOPs, scope changes, and scope changes for VE item. The biggest value to the customer was to reduce the work for our general contractor by running our conduit underground to the Russell Pavilion and not over the roof tops. This reduced installation time and provided cost savings to the project.
The Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth is a Catholic religious institute based in Leavenworth, Kansas. A member of the Sisters of Charity Federation, the order operates schools and hospitals in the United States and South America.