Campus Boiler Replacement
As one of the top 100 cardiac hospitals in the nation, Memorial Hospital is a partnered system with University of Colorado Health bringing emergency, pediatric, trauma, cardiac, neuroscience, oncology, and many other specialized health services to the City of Colorado Springs.
The main campus boilers, DA tanks, and surge tanks that support the entire central campus needed to be removed and replaced. This project required thorough collaboration, identification of systems, and strategic planning from all specialties involved in order to minimize hospital disruptions. We performed life cycle cost analysis determining the energy and monthly cost savings of the new equipment. The approach to the project included removing a portion of the roof and utilizing crane operations to switch the old boiler with a new boiler. With significant investment into the pre-planning stages, Intergroup and the contractor were able to limit the expense of a crane operation to 48 hours.
Courtesy GE Johnson Construction and Memorial Hospital
Square Feet: 3,139 SF
Memorial Hospital Central Campus Central Power plant 1400 Boulder Street, Colorado Springs, Colorado
GE Johnson Construction
Dale Skinner, Project Manager