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OUTPATIENT CENTER EXPANSION
Fayetteville VA Medical Center
Bernhard TME provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection design services, commissioning and construction administration services for a $62.5 million expansion and renovation to the Outpatient Clinic at the VA Medical Center in Fayetteville.
The project featured a four-story clinical addition, a two-story pharmacy addition and renovation, laboratory renovation, kitchen dock addition, four-story service access and loading dock addition, biohazard building, chiller building expansion, emergency generator addition, medium voltage building, and alterations and renovations to a number of other spaces inside the existing building.
OUR LADY OF LOURDES HOSPITAL
Installation/Complete Electrical Scope
Installation of the complete electrical scope of work for a six story 370,000 square feet Medical Center. The work included Medium Voltage Normal and Emergency Power Distribution Systems, 2 – 2250KW Generators and associated Paralleling Gear, 2 – 225 KVA UPS Systems and associated UPS Paralleling Distribution Equipment. The hospital has state of the art Lighting Control Systems, New Lighting Fixtures thru out the Facility, Small Power and Mechanical Equipment Services, Fire Alarm System, and Raceways for all Special Systems such as Nurse Call, Code Blue, Access Control, and CCTV.
L’AUBERGE DU LAC CASINO RESORT
Lake Charles, LA
Design-Assist HVAC and Plumbing
L’auberge du Lac Casino Resort is located on the Back Bay area of Lake Charles, La. This 996 room 22 floor hotel and gaming area is the largest in the Southwest Louisiana area. It contains a full service 930,000 sq. feet hotel and a dock side casino property featuring spa facilities, convention center area, 7 separate kitchens with dining areas and a swimming pool with lazy river.
The hotel complex is served by a 4,000 ton central cooling plant and the rooms are all served by vertical stack, electric heat units.