Stony Brook University – Medical Research and Translation Building & Hospital Pavilion
Developer: Stony Brook University
GC/Builder: EW Howell
Mechanical: Anron HVAC
Mech. Engineer: JFK&M
Architect: AECOM, Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
Wallace Eannace, working for the developer’s engineer and mechanical contractor, aided in the design of a comprehensive hydronic system solution that would be high efficient with superior quality for this state of the art medical building.
The Wallace Eannace system solution utilized:
- Bell & Gossett pumps and high temperature, high pressure hot water heat exchangers
- Cemline Clean Steam generators
In the past, Boiler House steam was the specified solution for sterile hospital and laboratory environments but contained chemicals and additives that can be hazardous to one’s health. Today, many jurisdictions mandate the use of clean steam. Clean steam is used for humidification, Medical Sterilization, laboratories, food processing, and basic heating.
According to Darryl Clark, Corporate VP, Wallace Eannace, “We worked with the project team to understand the specialized system requirements for this application and aid in the development of a custom, highly efficient, system to meet the strict medical building application requirements”.
- 8 Story Medical Building, 245,000 Sq Ft
- 10 story Hospital Pavilion, 225,000 Sq Ft
- 150 Inpatient Beds, Children Specialty Floors, Classrooms, Auditorium
WFor over 80 years Wallace Eannace has brought innovative and cost-effective system solutions to the plumbing and HVAC industries through quality products and a local network of wholesale distributors.
Working with Engineers, Property Managers and Contractors, Wallace Eannace provides technical knowledge, sizing, design, and field support.