Sutter Women’s & Children’s Center – Sacramento, CA
The 395,241 sq. ft. OSHPD building in total includes a basement, eight (8) floors of patient rooms and services including PICU, NICU, ICU, labor and delivery, Ante/Postpartum, examination and isolation rooms. Plumbing services include a sanitary waste and vent system, rainwater collection system, domestic cold water, domestic hot water, domestic hot water return system, and medical gas systems (medical air, vacuum and oxygen). The ninth (9th) floor penthouse is a fully built up HVAC mechanical system. The system consists of 200 Fan Wall cubes with individual VFD’s controlled by a central panels moving over 500,000 CFM. There are other miscellaneous fans serving the building for exhaust, smoke purge and stairwell pressurization as well. The cooling section is apprised of (24) 129” x 51” cooling coils that totaled 2,640 GPM with chilled water supplied from the campus central plant. The heating systems for the buildings heat and domestic hot water is provided by two (2) steam exchanger systems, one (1) for the heating hot water system and, one (1) for domestic hot water system with all appurtenances for an operational system both are fed from the campus central plant. There is also a helicopter pad on the upper roof level which includes a fuel recovery system in case of an emergency spill event. Another amenity for the building includes a grease waste system for the future build out of a full kitchen.
Architect: Ewing Coles Architects
General Contractor: Boldt Construction, Inc.
Project Value: $31,100,560