Client: University of Utah Medical Center Location: Salt Lake City, Utah Size: 300,000 s. f. | $ 102,000,000 Date: 2009 Services: Mechanical
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About the Project
VBFA provided the mechanical engineering for this 2-level expansion of the existing Critical Care Unit (approx. 58,700 sq. ft.); an addition to the existing parking garage (approx. 400 spaces), a new roof-top helipad; a new entrance to the existing facility; a new 7-level West Pavilion of approx. 233,000 sq. ft. The project also included some remodeling of the existing facility, as well as a commercial kitchen with the capacity for preparation of 1,500 meals per shift. Mechanical systems included special kitchen exhaust hoods (grease and dishwasher), make-up air systems and special plumbing systems (grease waste and grease separator).