- St. Petersburg, FL, USA
- Healthcare, Infrastructure / Central Energy Plants, Hospitals / Inpatient Facilities, Women’s / Children’s Hospitals, Outpatient Care, High Performance Healthcare, Building Resilience in Healthcare, Infrastructure (CEP) / Master Planning for Hospitals
- Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Structural Engineering, Life Safety and Fire Protection
- Project Size
Hospital: 675,000 square feet
Medical Office Building: 147,000 square feet
The hospital has 240 private patient rooms, all with private bathrooms and showers and a place for parents to sleep. It also includes a 96-bed neonatal intensive care unit, operating rooms and an emergency department. Adjacent to the hospital is the medical office building, housing diagnostics, rehabilitative and therapy services as well as doctors’ offices.
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
Serving the campus is a central energy plant that includes three 1,500-ton chillers and three 400-bhp natural gas-fired steam boilers. The CEP supplies electrical redundancy, with six 2,000-kW generators providing 100% power for life safety systems and critical hospital functions. All major equipment has N+1 redundancy.