The scope of the contract consisted of providing MEP design services and construction administration for the re-purposing of the old Terrell Hospital.
The project includes approximately 59,000 square foot of renovation area and approximately 3,000 square foot of new construction for a new Multipurpose Classroom. The building envelope will receive new windows and frames as well as a new roof. The building interior will be gutted for most part and receive new ceilings, walls, and finishes. Key features of the renovation include a nursing simulation suite, nursing skills lab, and testing center. Other areas include faculty offices, restrooms, student lounge, classrooms, library, and administrative offices. The skills labs and simulation suite include air compressor and vacuum pump system components providing air, oxygen, and vacuum.
The building will be served by a new HVAC system consisting of four roof top units, two dedicated outside air units, fan powered terminal units and variable refrigerant flow systems. The electrical system is also new for the most part, being fed from the existing pad mounted utility transformer. A 2000A, 480V main switchboard is being provided as well as distribution panels, 480V panelboards, transformers, and associated 208V panels in 4 sub-electrical rooms throughout the building.
- Project Type
- Terrell, TX
- Size (sqft)
- Randall Scott Architecture