University of Louisville Hospital
Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. has been assisting University of Louisville Hospital (ULH) at the ULH facilities for the past thirteen years on an almost continuous basis. We find balance between the varying demands of energy conservation, life-cycle cost effectiveness, long-term operational dependability, and (often times) adaptability to existing facilities, systems and LMC utilities.
Highlights of KGEI’s design include:
- Full M/E/P services for the MIRC, including critical HVAC systems capable of maintaining close-tolerance constant temperature, and installation of a 900 MHz MRI magnet, the second largest in the U.S. at the time of installation.
- Several Cath Labs and Vascular Facilities including critical temperature/humidity environments.
- An In-Patient Pharmacy at ISC designed with clean-room capability according to USP 797 Standards.
- Design and installation of advanced medical equipment including, medical gas supply, clean steam, radiological treatment equipment, MRI, linear accelerators, PET/CT scanner and Tomotherapy.
- Precise environmental control for Laboratories, Operating Rooms, Pharmacies and Research Facilities.
- Smart use of innovative technologies like Shape Memory Alloy Couplings to eliminate the expense of shut-downs of medical gas and medical vacuum systems.