OLATHE, Kan. – P1 Group, Inc. has won the plumbing and mechanical work on a series of projects for Olathe Medical Center in Olathe, Kan. P1 will upgrade the energy center and data center, in addition to building a new second floor critical care unit.
Olathe Medical Center is a familiar location for P1 Group as the company built the original hospital in the late 1980s and has worked on numerous expansions and renovations since that time.
Energy Center Scope of Work
- (1) new 500-ton chiller and cooling tower with the capability to add (2) more 500-ton chillers
- Install (1) new 40,000-gallon fuel oil tank and fuel oil delivery system to generators and boilers
- Install radiator piping and generator exhaust for new backup emergency generators
- New 20,000-cfm variable flow combustion air system for existing boilers
Data Center Scope of Work
- Remove existing Liebert air handlers and replace with (2) new, 12-ton Liebert split systems
Critical Care Unit (CCU) Scope of Work
- Add (26) critical care unit (CCU) rooms on top of the existing first floor structure
- (4) new air handlers totaling 54,600 cfm to condition the new 27,863 square feet of space
- Plumbing to accommodate the new fixtures and the extension of medical gas services
Congratulations to the following associates who were integral in securing this work for P1 Group:
- Jeff Peterson, Estimator
- Glenn Bartholomew, Project Engineer
David Fauser, project manager, and Glenn Bartholomew, project engineer, will oversee the construction of these projects.
Olathe Medical Center is a four-story acute-care medical center licensed for 300 beds and averages more than 44,000 patient care days per year.