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561 Simmons Drive

Trussville, AL 35173

 

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659 N. Holland Avenue

Dunn, NC 28334

 

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183 Marketridge Drive

Ridgeland, MS 39157

 

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1063 Manchester Street

Lexington, KY 40508

 

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2171 Watterson Trail

Louisville, KY 40299

 

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Hebron, KY 41048

 

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659 N Holland Avenue

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Healthcare

Arkansas Heart Hospital

Arkansas Heart Hospital

Little Rock, Arkansas

Owner: Med Cath – Charlotte, North Carolina
General Contractor: Faulkner Construction
Contract Amount: $5,387,998

Ivey provided HVAC, plumbing, process piping, medical gas, and fuel oil for the Arkansas Heart Hospital. The new 140,000 square-foot, three-level facility with a partial basement included a central plant VAV system. This heart specialty hospital contains 3 operating rooms, 5 cath labs, 78 patient rooms, and an outpatient clinic. The negotiated project was completed after an 11 month construction duration.

Bay Medical Center Patient Tower

Bay Medical Center Patient Tower

Panama City, Florida

Owner: Bay Medical Center
General Contractor: Hoar Construction
Contract Amount: $15,000,000

Excellence in Construction
Alabama ABC

This project involved the addition of a new six story 200,000 square foot patient tower meeting 1A fire code standards. Ivey was responsible for the complete installation of the HVAC, plumbing, and medical gas piping for the facility. Utilizing Ivey’s fabrication capabilities enabled us to stay ahead of the other trades. Our swing crews also allowed us to rapidly increase manpower without losing efficiency or control. This project was completed in 24 months.

Cedar Park Regional Medical Center

Cedar Park Regional Medical Center

Cedar Park, Texas

Owner: Triad Hospitals
General Contractor: BE&K Building Group
Contract Amount: $17,000,000

Award of Excellence – Mississippi ABC

This project consisted of the HVAC/plumbing installations for a new 4-story hospital totaling 280,000 square feet. Mechanically, the work consisted of 15 built-up indoor central station air handling units, 476 VAV boxes, 3 hot water boilers, 2 water chillers, 31 miles of water piping, and more than 300,000 pounds of duct work. The project was completed in just over 15 months. Ivey fabricated offsite 490 in-wall plumbing assemblies and the majority of the HVAC piping systems for the Powerhouse.

Cumberland Medical Center

Cumberland Medical Center

Crossville, Tennessee

General Contractor: Robins and Morton
Contract Amount: $8,424,454

This project was a two-phased project consisting of a 134,000 square-foot 5-story addition and a 42,000 square-foot renovation. The work in the existing Powerhouse included installing a new steam boiler and chiller. This installation required tie-ins to the existing equipment to maintain service to the existing facility while utilizing these services for temporary climate control for the new addition. This work, along with the medical gas systems change-outs and tie-ins, required close coordination with the facility. Ivey’s fabrication shop was used to cut, weld, and groove cast iron for two floors of patient rooms. Ivey worked more than 107,000 manhours on this project without a lost-time accident.

DCH Cancer Treatment Facility

DCH Cancer Treatment Facility

Birmingham, Alabama

Owner: DCH Regional Medical Center
General Contractor: Harrison Construction
Contract Amount: $3,100,000

Excellence Award – Alabama ABC

This center is a 100,000 square foot facility designed to provide outpatient imaging and chemotherapy with space to conduct future services such as outpatient surgery and robotics. The construction involved a 2-story building sitting on top of an underground basement which contains the main mechanical room fed from the existing plant via an underground tunnel. Ivey was responsible for the complete installation of the HVAC and plumbing systems for the project.
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East Alabama Medical Center

East Alabama Medical Center

Phase IV Expansion

Opelika, Alabama

Owner: East Alabama Medical Center
General Contractor: Brasfield & Gorrie
Contract Amount: $7,500,000

This project consisted of a near simultaneous 4-story patient tower addition, a separate 2-story OR, patient room addition, and multiple renovations throughout the facility. The renovations included major adidtions to the central plant, including two additional chillers, multiple suite changes, and underground piping installed across the doctors’ parking lot – all while the hospital stayed operational. Other renovated areas included: c-section/LDR, central sterile, medical supply, post partum, 8th floor buildout, pain management, exam room, peds storage, and an elevator addition.

East Texas Medical Center

East Texas Medical Center

Pittsburg, Texas

Owner: ETMCV Regional Healthcare System
General Contractor: Vaughn Construction
Contract Amount: $3,100,000

The East Texas Medical Center Healthcare System Pittsburg Hospital consists of a 99,000 square foot single story structure. This is a replacement hospital for an existing community facility located within the city limits of Pittsburg. In order to serve the community in the future the new hospital is designed both mechanically and in structural characteristics to support a second floor. The present foot print will facilitate twenty-five private patient rooms. Expansion capabilities will double this capacity. The hospital facility offers two operating suites and a magnetic resonance imaging suite. Ivey Mechanical worked closely with the ETMC staff in early purchasing stages to accommodate their HVAC and plumbing needs which included two McQuay “frictionless” magnetic bearing hermetic centrifugal chillers.

Habersham County Medical Center

Habersham County Medical Center

Demorest, Georgia

Owner: Habersham County Medical Center
General Contractor: McCarthy Building Co.
Contract Amount: $6,300,000

This project consisted of the expansion and renovation of the rural hospital including the emergency room, operating rooms, patient rooms, and a new central plant. 78,000 square feet of new space was added and 14,000 square feet of the existing facility was renovated. Ivey installed more than 7 miles of piping and more than 38 tons of sheet metal for the plumbing, medical gas, and HVAC systems.

Holston Valley Regional Medical Center

Holston Valley Regional Medical Center

Kingsport, Tennessee

Owner: Welmont-Holston Valley Medical Center
General Contractor: Robins & Morton
Contract Amount: $14,068,899

This project involved 104,370 square feet of new construction and 83,238 square feet of renovation area. Ivey was responsible for the HVAC and plumbing systems for both areas. Included in the new construction were 12 operating rooms, 2 Cysto’s, PACU, ICU/CCU, and emergency room expansion. The outpatient surgery, existing emergency department, morgue, administration, and entrance lobbies were renovated. The major mechanical equipment installed included 8 built-up air handling units, 8 return air fans, 2 custom rooftop units with vestibules, 10 steam humidifiers, 3 packaged rooftop units, 44 exhaust fans, 1 low temperature chiller, 286 VAV boxes, 8 air conditioning split systems, 8 unit heaters, 1 reheat system converter, 4 HVAC pumps and 1-30,000 gallon underground fuel oil storage tank.

Integris Southwest

Integris Southwest

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Owner: Integris Health
General Contractor: Robins & Morton
Contract Amount: $3,300,000

Ivey began this project in July 2007 and completed it in April 2009. The project consisted of six phases that extended over 21 months. The first phase was 26,000 square feet of new addition. The remaining five phases were renovations to the existing hospital which totaled approximately 34,000 square feet. Ivey added two new operating rooms in phase one and renovated seven existing OR’s during the remodel. Each OR included a new smoke evacuation system. Two new air handling units were added into a new penthouse, and one new rooftop unit was added. This project presented difficult scheduling measures due to the phasing of the work. With good planning and scheduling, Ivey completed this project on time and under budget.

Jackson Hospital Patient Tower and Powerhouse

Jackson Hospital Patient Tower and Powerhouse

Montgomery, Alabama

Owner: Jackson Hospital and Clinic
General Contractor: Robins & Morton
Contract Amount: $14,300,000

Ivey completed the HVAC and plumbing on both the new patient tower and powerhouse for Jackson Hospital. The new powerhouse was constructed to provide mechanical, plumbing and electrical services to both the new and existing facilities. Built to replace the existing powerhouse, the new powerhouse is a two-story, 14,449-square-foot structure. . Ivey installed three centrifugal chillers (2,700 tons), three cooling towers, three steam boilers (900 HP), one deaerator, 12 HVAC pumps (215 HP), five domestic water heaters (1,800 gal./2,700 GPH), one clinical 30-HP vacuum pump, one clinical 40-HP air compressor, one duplex 110-GPM water softener, one domestic water booster pump (700 GPM/40 HP), and 8,465 linear feet of piping.

Magnolia Regional Health Center

Magnolia Regional Health Center

Corinth, Mississippi

Owner: Magnolia Regional Health Care
General Contractor: Robins & Morton
Contract Amount: $8,345,000

Merit Award
Mississippi ABC

Best Mechanical/Electrical
South Central Construction Magazine

This project included new construction expansion, including a medical office building and bed tower and some renovation of the existing facility. The 200,000 square foot addition provides a full array of services to include attached medical offices, diagnostic laboratories, surgical suites, and additional patient beds. The medical gas services proved to be one of the more uniquely challenging areas, in that Ivey had to determine the best and most accessible locations to tie into the five different systems, most of which were not in the same vicinity. Ivey received a contract six months after construction had begun with a commitment to deliver the MOB portion of the project in six months. Ivey’s fabrication shops provided many components including stainless, black and galvanized duct, plumbing chase risers, and pipe support stands and hangers.

Medical Center of Southeast Oklahoma

Medical Center of Southeast Oklahoma

Durant, Oklahoma

Owner: Health Management Associates
General Contractor: M.J. Harris
Contract Amount: $2,300,000

Ivey Mechanical completed construction on the renovations and new construction of this project in June 2009. Ivey, working with MJ Harris General Contractors completed phased renovations on the first and second floors of the hospital’s 5,984 square foot endoscopy and operating rooms, 4,308 square foot renovation of the progressive care center. Following the renovations of the existing facility, Ivey completed a new three story, 13,232 square foot 20 bed expansion, attached to and built on opposite ends of the existing Hospital. Ivey installed four new suspended air handling units in the new expansion, and performed numerous medical gas shutdowns during connections to the existing systems, without interruption to the hospital’s patient care, proving that Ivey Mechanical are “People you can Rely On”.

Memorial Hospital

Memorial Hospital

Jacksonville, Florida

Owner: HCA, Inc.
General Contractor: Brasfield and Gorrie
Contract Amount: $15,000,000

Award of Excellence
Florida ABC

Award of Excellence
Southeast Construction Magazine

This project involved the construction of a five story patient tower addition with numerous renovated areas within the existing hospital and an addition to the central energy plant. The addition has about 150,000 square feet with 28,000 square feet of renovated space within the existing facility.Ivey’s mechanical contract included installing the mechanical systems for both the addition and renovated areas. Included was a complete code upgrade of the oxygen tank farm and relocation of the existing nitrus oxide tank. Temporary chillers and oxygen systems were used to maintain hospital operations during construction. Ivey began work on this project in May 2008 and completed it in January 2010.

Monroe Hospital

Monroe Hospital

Bloomington, Indiana

Owner: Monroe Hospital
General Contractor: Robins & Morton
Contract Amount: $5,376,608

Ivey was awarded the mechanical and plumbing design/construction contract for this 90,000 square foot single-story facility. Ivey provided the construction management team after subcontracting the HVAC and plumbing work to local work forces. We were required to develop a plan to maintain the rough-in momentum through the winter months. This task was accomplished by designing and installing four temporary roof mounted gas fired heating systems, which utlilized the return air ductwork for heat distribution. This project was completed on time and within budget with no lost-time accidents.

Mountain View Regional Medical Center

Mountain View Regional Medical Center

Las Cruces, New Mexico

Owner: Triad Hospitals, Inc.
General Contractor: Bovis Lend Lease
Contract Amount: $8,345,000

This 232,064 square-foot facility contains a full radiology department including the most recent generation of MRI technology, an OR department that includes six surgical suites and a full maternity department including two C-section suites and level 1 and level 2 nurseries. Ivey Mechanical Company was responsible for plumbing which consisted of all sanitary piping, domestic water services, water softening system, medical gas system, all plumbing fixtures with trim and an HVAC system which includes two 600 ton chillers, ten roof top air handlers, three indoor air handlers and five boilers.

Nashville Memorial Hospital

Nashville Memorial Hospital

Skyline Medical Center

Nashville, Tennessee

Owner: HCA Healthcare
General Contractor: Bovis Lend Lease
Contract Amount: $16,000,000

This facility is a complete replacement hospital for Nashville Memorial consisting of two connected but separate facilities: the 396,500 square-foot hospital and the 200,000 square-foot medical office building. Each building is eight stories tall with an additional mechanical penthouse. Each facility has separate power and mechanical systems. The hospital mechanical systems consist of two 800-ton chillers with a 400-ton emergency reserve chiller and boilers rated at 400-HP each. A pair of custom 60,000 CFM air handling units were installed at the penthouse level (ninth floor) to serve the patient tower. These custom units were designed to meet stringent noise level criteria. Ivey self performed 90% of the HVAC and plumbing contract, which included the fuel oil storage and delivery system for emergency fuel to biolers and the emergency generator.

Northwest Medical Center

Northwest Medical Center

Bentonville, Arkansas

Owner: Triad Hospitals, Inc.
General Contractor: Robins & Morton
Contract Amount: $10,800,000

The Northwest Medical Center of Benton County in Bentonville Arkansas is a new 238,000 square foot facility, which replaces the old Bates Medical Center. This is a full service facility offering the latest medical technologies and equipment. The building houses 1500 tons of cooling and 8 air handling units distributing more than 300,000 cubic feet per minute of air conditioning for patient comfort. A single custom unit at the penthouse level serves the patient floors with 112,000 cfm; special sound attenuating measures were employed to insure noise would not be a concern. The fourth floor (shell space) has been “pre-roughed” to minimize disruption to the facility when build-out occurs. Ivey Mechanical co-workers completed more than 80,000 man hours with no lost-time accidents on this project.

Northwest Medical Center

Northwest Medical Center

Oro Valley, Arizona

Owner: Triad Hospitals
General Contractor: Bovis Lend Lease
Contract Amount: $10,942,968

The Northwest Medical Center of Oro Valley, Arizona is a 21st century state-of-the-art medical facility totaling 265,000 square feet. The facility has 96 inpatient beds, 18 critical care (ICU) beds, and 30 beds with telemetry monitoring. The mechanical portion of this project consisted of two 650-ton chillers; ten air handling units totaling 300,000 CFM; two of which were 60,000 CFM each serving the patient tower only; four 2 million BTU hot water boilers, two 1 million BTU hot water heaters; a complete medical gas system, and a state of the art DDC control system managing the primary variable flow piping system and equipment components. Construction on this project started in August 2003, and with a very aggressive schedule, was completed in 16 months.

Presbyterian Hospital of Denton

Presbyterian Hospital of Denton

Denton, Texas

Owner: Triad Hospitals, Inc.
General Contractor: Bovis Lend Lease
Contract Amount: $13,125,581

This project included a 319,000 square foot new facility and the renovation of the existing 100,000 facility. Ivey installed two 900-ton York centrifugal water chillers; two field erected Marley Quadraflow cooling towers providing the condenser water for the chillers. The heating water system consists of 3 benchmark boilers and 3 Areco KC 1000 water heaters. All of this water is distributed through 1.5 miles of welded pipe. Air distribution is conducted through 590,000 pounds of ductwork. Medical gases were delivered to the outlets through 2.2 miles of medical grade copper pipe. Plumbing systems totaled over 1.7 miles of domestic water piping, cast iron waste and vent piping. All material was prefabricated in Ivey’s pipe and sheet metal shops in Kosciusko, Mississippi.

Providence Hospital

Providence Hospital

Mobile, AL

Owner: Providence Hospital
General Contractor: Ivey – Prime
Contract Amount: $2,049,000

Award of Excellence
South Central Construction Magazine

Ivey’s scope of work on this project was to replace three variable volume air handling units that served the core of the patient tower wings (pods.) The areas supplied by this equipment include patient care, nursing stations, and other support areas on each floor of the twelve story facility. The new air handling units installed provide the code compliant air changes and filtration capabilities needed for modern healthcare facilities, provide for additional capacities for the future, and operate more efficiently due to the DDC controls with variable frequency drives on both supply and return fans. This project was completed ahead of schedule, below budget, and without incident to either co-workers or the facility.

River Region Medical Center

River Region Medical Center

Vicksburg, Mississippi

Owner: Triad Hospitals
General Conractor: Bovis Lend Lease
Contract Amount: $15,224,030

Award of Excellence – Mississippi ABC

This facility is a 391,196 square foot, seven-story replacement hospital. Ivey installed the plumbing, HVAC, medical gas piping, and owner furnished hospital equipment. The materials installed included 508,000 pounds of ductwork and 33,000 feet of HVAC piping. Three 850 ton centrifugal chillers, three 1700 GPM cooling towers, and nine air handling units were installed to cool the medical facility. The new structure houses an ER department (2 trauma units, 3 cardiac care units,) radiology, intensive care unit (16 beds,) cardiology department (3 cath/angio labs,) OR department (9 suites,) labor and delivery (2 c-section suites, 8 delivery rooms,) and a patient tower (163 beds.) The medical center also contains a two-story medical office building.

Shelby Baptist Medical Center CDP/Patient Tower

Shelby Baptist Medical Center CDP/Patient Tower

Alabaster, Alabama

Owner: Baptist Health Systems
General Contractor: Robins & Morton
Contract Amount: $14,300,000

Merit Award – Alabama ABC

The 167,712 square foot bed tower is a replacement hospital built partially on top of the existing facility and replaces 101 existing licensed beds and has space for ancillary services. The project also included the addition of a new Central Energy Plant which has two new emergency stand-by generators to serve the new towers and the existing hospital. Ivey was responsible for the complete installation of the HVAC and plumbing systems on the project.

St. John Broken Arrow

St. John Broken Arrow

Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Owner: St. John Broken Arrow
General Contractor: The Haskell Company
Contract Amount: $16,500,000

This is a new 183,000 square foot hospital with 78 beds and 6 operating rooms. The facility has a separate central energy plant connected to the hospital via an underground tunnel which provides all domestic water and hydronic heating/cooling services. These same systems also service a new 100,000 square foot medical office building which is attached to the hospital via a pedestrian connector which was built in conjunction with the hospital. 800 tons of cooling; 225,000 CFMs of air; and 20,700 PPH of steam are available to heat and cool the facility. All of the heating and cooling systems are controlled by a state-of-the-art building automation system.

Sumner Regional Medical Center

Sumner Regional Medical Center

Gallatin, Tennessee

Owner: Sumner Regional Medical Center
General Contractor: Robins & Morton
Contract Amount: $14,500,269

This Medical Center is a major addition to the Sumner Regional Medical System in Gallatin TN. This project consists of a new 224,000 square foot patient tower and powerhouse along with 26,000 square feet of renovation work in the existing facility. The work in the powerhouse consisted of (2) 700 ton chillers and primary-secondary pumping systems, two cell cooling tower, (2) 250 hp steam boilers, heat exchangers and hot water pumps, medical vacuum pump, medical air compressor, nitrogen and nitrous oxide manifolds, domestic water booster pump, and water softeners. The patient tower consisted of a new emergency department and radiology department on the first floor, a second floor for administration a third floor with six operating rooms, and recovery area, fourth floor consisting of critical care rooms and three upper floors of patient rooms. Ivey installed 200 prefab plumbing chases on this project.

Titus Regional Medical Center

Titus Regional Medical Center

Mt. Pleasant, Texas

Owner: Titus Regional Medical Center
General Contractor: FJW Group
Contract Amount: $1,500,000

Ivey will complete construction on this 20,000 square foot expansion and 40,000 square foot addition in September, 2009. This project included new additions of a second and third floor for new administrative offices, endoscopy suite, and laboratory. Ivey Mechanical, working with FJW Group General Contractors, removed and installed a new chiller, cooling tower, relocated five existing roof top air handling units, and three new roof top units, including a new operating room unit, without interrupting services to the existing Hospital. As the new structure was being built over the existing units, Ivey Mechanical installed the new Heating and Chilled water piping and installed temporary ductwork in preparation for the unit change out. Once all the systems were in place, Ivey relocated the existing units to the new roof overnight, and had them back on line for the Owner by the start of business the next day.

TRMC Wellness Center / Titus Multipurpose Center

TRMC Wellness Center / Titus Multipurpose Center

Ivey Mechanical completed construction on this 63,874 square foot new construction in March, 2009. The project consisted of a Wellness and Fitness Center, and a new Exercise and Therapy pool on the first floor. Doctors lease spaces, a new Breast Center, and a Conference Center were added to the project during construction. Ivey Mechanical, working with the FJW Group General Contractors, installed four new Roof Top Air Handling Units, and a suspended Dehumidification Unit for the Pool Areas. This new facility is located on the Titus Regional Medical Center’s campus in Mt. Pleasant, Texas, and is the Hospital’s main center for patient rehabilitation.

University of Mississippi Adult Tower

University of Mississippi Adult Tower

Jackson, Mississippi

Owner: Mississippi State Bureau of Building, Grounds, and Real Property Management – Jackson, MS
General Contractor: W.G. Yates & Sons
Contract Amount: $11,967,000

This project included a new 369,500 square foot 7 story adult care facility; renovation of the 9,800 square foot seventh floor space for an Adult Psychiatric Ward; and a 3,200 square foot chiller plant addition. In the basement Ivey installed one 243,000 cfm air handling unit, two 150 hp chilled water pumps, two 40 hp heating water pumps, two steam to hot water converters, sanitary and storm sewer piping, domestic water piping, medical gas systems, HVAC piping, 538 VAV boxes and 420,000 pounds of HVAC ductwork. In the Central Plant addition Ivey installed one 1250 ton chiller, one 1500 ton cooling tower, three 150 hp condenser water pumps, two 100 hp chilled water pumps and 1700 linear feet of 12″ and 16″ interconnection piping.