Port Richey’s new outpatient clinic consolidates health care services currently offered in five locations into one state-of-the-art facility to meet the needs of veterans and their families in the west Pasco County area. The two-story facility will provide services for Primary Care, Mental Health, Eye, Dental, Home Based Primary Care, MRI, CT, Ultrasound, X-ray, Audiology, Pharmacy, Prosthetics, Physical Therapy, Lab (Phlebotomy), and social work services.
Outside air for ventilation requirements is provided through the rooftop package units. HVAC equipment is controlled with BACnet DDC control devices that are integrated, via data network cabling, into the building’s Engineering Control Center.
The electrical service consists of a new utility provided pad mounted transformer. The emergency electrical distribution system includes one 1,500 kW (1,875 kVA), 277/480V, 3ph, 4W diesel fueled engine-generator sets.
The networked digital lighting control system uses vacancy sensors that provide both energy savings and increased user configurability by cost effectively integrating time-based, daylight-based, sensor-based and manual lighting control schemes.