• Client:St. Luke’s University Health Network
  • Location:Phillipsburg, NJ
  • Architect:BDA Architects

Warren Hospital- Intensive Care Unit/ Infusion Fit-Out

Irwin & Leighton completed the 16,000 sf renovation of the north and south wing on the first floor of Warren Hospital. The renovation of the south wing included a new twelve (12) room I.C.U. unit with 8 I.C.U. rooms and four (4) Step Down Unit rooms, two (2) of which are bariatric rooms and two (2) are Airborne Infectious Isolation rooms. The renovation of the north wing included a new Infusion Therapy area that with 13 support bays. In addition, the sprinkler system was upgraded throughout the first floor as well as new air handling units for the first floor and rooftop.

Key Highlights:

B.I.M. was used extensively to model all of the M.E.P. work to be done above an occupied facility

Working within an occupied and operational facility

Re-routing plumbing risers from the core area of the I.C.U. to the perimeter

Replacing the existing building fire pump and installing sprinkler coverage throughout the occupied hospital

Project Duration: 12 Months

Contract Type: Guaranteed Maximum Price/Construction Management

Architect: BDA Architects

Our Sector Knowledge

Healthcare & Senior Living

For over 100 years Irwin & Leighton has been building and renovating major healthcare facilities. It is part of the fabric of our Company. We understand the sensitivities in working within healthcare environments.

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