- New Orleans, LA, USA
- Healthcare, Historic Preservation, Infrastructure / Central Energy Plants, Hospitals / Inpatient Facilities, Women’s / Children’s Hospitals, Outpatient Care, Cancer Centers, High Performance Healthcare, Building Resilience in Healthcare, Infrastructure (CEP) / Master Planning for Hospitals
- Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Technology, Acoustics
- Project Size
New: 235,000 square feet
Renovation: 160,000 square feet
Driven by the need to better serve an increasing number of patients, the Children’s Hospital of New Orleans (CHNOLA) has embarked on a major expansion and renovation to expand and renovate its Henry Clay campus, as well as develop a new State Street campus. The multiphased expansion includes renovating several historic buildings, building a new outpatient pavilion and critical care and surgery tower and expanding the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit.
EYP/Stanley Beaman & Sears
The expansion is part of CHNOLA’s master plan, for which TLC provided engineering services. We designed an energy-efficient active chilled beam system that provides better thermal comfort than a conventional HVAC system. The expansion of the central energy plant serving the Henry Campus adds 3,000 tons of cooling. Technology highlights include a new campus-wide integrated security system for access control and CCTV and new infrastructure to support the recent changeover to EPIC.