The healthcare industry faces increasing medical and administrative costs, rising patient demands, and intensifying government legislation and regulations. Its ultimate challenge is meeting all these requirements while reducing costs. Providing solutions that focus on the financial concerns as well as designing extraordinary medical facilities has become a tradition for PWI. We assist our clients throughout the design and construction process with cost effectiveness and operational efficiency.
Provided a feasibility study and designed a 2.0 mW paralleling, natural gas fired co-generation system, otherwise known as Combined Heat and Power (CHP). Our services also included providing project management as the prime design contractor along with mechanical, electrical, plumbing & life safety systems engineering in order to property analyze, design, specify and bid the CHP system.
PWI designed a 3.5 mW paralleling combustion turbine, with heat recovery steam generator providing steam for the hospital and new 1,000 ton steam turbine chiller with a new cooling tower site. Island operations are included with two 2,000 kW diesel generators and are the first phase of a new centralized emergency power system for the hospital.