Assurance Health Psychiatric Hospital

Anderson Geriatric Psychiatric Hospital

Anderson Geriatric Psychiatric Hospital - Beds

Beds

Anderson, Indiana

Size:  10,000 square foot

Assurance Health System is a Senior Inpatient Psychiatric Care.

Complete renovation of a medical office building into a 22 bed fully self-contained “Geriatric Psychiatric Hospital.”

Renovation/Design includes:

  • 22 Patient Rooms
  • Seclusion Room
  • Group Therapy
  • Exam Rooms

    Anderson Geriatric Psychiatric Hospital - Bathroom

    Bathroom

  • Ambulance Entrance
  • Full Service Kitchen to supply breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • 1,000 Gallon Grease Interceptor
  • Anti-ligature fixtuers
  • 45 Ton Cooling, natural gas/electric roof top units
  • New Group 1 Fire Protection System
  • Installed new restrooms

Installed new low voltage systems (nurse call, IT, security, fire alarm).  The mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design met the requirements of State and Federal Codes, Local Building codes, NFPA, and ADA.

Assurance Health

Binford Psychiatric Hospital
Indianapolis, Indiana

Size: 20,000 sq. ft.

Complete renovation of a medical office building into a 30 bed fully self-contained “Geriatric Psychiatric Hospital.”

Including:

  • 30 Patient Rooms
  • Seclusion Room
  • Group Therapy
  • Full Service Kitchen
  • 600Kw, 800 AMP backup generator
  • 1,000 gallon grease interceptor
  • Anti-ligature fixtures
  • 60 Ton of HVAC Cooling
  • 100% Electric Building
  • New Group 1 Fire Protection System
  • Installed new restrooms

Installed new low voltage systems (nurse call, IT, security, fire alarm).

The mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design met the requirements of State and Federal Codes, Local Building Codes, NFPA, and ADA.

Wabash County Hospital

An energy audit of the Wabash County Hospital facility in September, 2005 identified six energy conservation measures.  DAE recommended adding variable speed drives to air handler unit, elevator and domestic hot water pump motors, window replacements, and night setback. The energy cost payback and return on investment to implement these measures are 7.8 years and 12.8%, respectively, which will result in a 6.9% reduction in energy costs.

St. Francis Hospital and Health

An energy audit of the St. Francis Hospital facility in May, 2004 identified three energy conservation measures. DAE recommended increasing heat exchanger capacity, a small boiler, and upgrading T12 with T8 fluorescent lamps and ballasts. The energy cost payback and return on investment to implement these measures are 3.7 years and 27.0%, respectively, which will result in a 13.5% reduction in energy costs.

Methodist Medical South OPC

An energy audit of the Methodist Medical South facility in March, 2004 identified six energy conservation measures.  DAE recommended shutdown of select exhaust fans, modifying boiler operating schedule, upgrading incandescent with compact fluorescent light bulbs, changing constant volume to variable air volume system, occupancy sensors in select rooms, and power factor correction.  The energy cost payback and return on investment to implement these measures are 2.6 years and 38.5%, respectively, which will result in a 28.3% reduction in energy costs.

Visiting Nurse Association (VNA)

An energy audit of the Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) Hospice Center in July, 2003 identified an energy conservation measure consisting of an upgrade of the existing temperature control system with a direct digital temperature control system.  The energy cost payback and return on investment to implement these measures are 1.9 years and 52.6%, respectively, which will result in a 32.2% reduction in energy costs.

Pulaski Memorial Hospital

An energy audit of the Pulaski Memorial Hospital facility identified eight energy conservation measures.  DAE recommended occupancy sensors to control exhaust fans and lighting, night setback, power factor correction, vending machine setback timers, upgrading exit lights, pumpless condensate units, and adding variable speed drives.  The energy cost payback and return on investment to implement these measures are 2.17 years and 46.2%, respectively, which will result in an 8.0% reduction in energy costs.

Hancock County Memorial Hospital

An energy audit of the Hancock County Memorial Hospital facility in December, 2005 identified five energy conservation measures.  DAE recommended switching to a different electricity rate, night setback in unoccupied areas, vending machine setback timers, pumpless condensate units, and adding an economizer to the air handler unit.  The energy cost payback and return on investment to implement these measures are 2.17 years and 46.2%, respectively, which will result in an 8.0% reduction in energy costs.

Logansport Memorial Hospital

An energy audit of the Logansport Hospital facility identified five energy conservation    measures.  DAE recommended upgrading T12 with T8 fluorescent lamps and ballasts, power factor correction, night setback in select areas, window and motor replacements.  The energy cost payback and return on investment to implement these measures are 4.1 years and 12.8%, respectively, which will result in an 8.0% reduction in energy costs.

Bloomington Hospital

DAE was responsible for multiple mechanical and plumbing remodel projects over an 8 year period. Projects included installation of heat reclaim incinerator, energy conservation related modifications to various air handling systems and chilled water plant.