MEMORIAL HERMANN SUGAR LAND HOSPITAL
SUGAR LAND, TX
- Size: 205,000 Square Feet
- Construction Cost: $21 Million
- Completion Date: 2016
- Services: Commissioning, Building Controls Design
Bernhard TME provided commissioning and building controls design for the expansion of Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital. The project added a new six-story patient tower to the campus. The expanded space includes 60 medical/surgical patient beds, 14 ICU beds, an expanded well-baby nursery and NICU, a new robotic operating room, and shell space for future growth.
The building controls design services included detail control diagrams and control sequences that are designed to provide strategic operational control and energy efficiency. The commissioning scope of work for the project included commissioning of the mechanical systems, existing emergency power generators, and new automatic transfer switches.
The commissioning team provided peer review of the design and submittals to ensure compliance with the requirements set forth in the OPR. Systems were tested through pre-functional checklists, functional performance testing, and on-site observations. All of the commissioning activities for the project were completed according to the ASHE Health Facility Commissioning Guidelines.
In addition, Bernhard TME provided retro-commissioning of the existing hospital to ensure proper function and energy savings with the systems in the new tower.
In 2018, the building received Energy Star certification with a rating of 99.