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Kaiser Permanente

Kaiser Permanente - Glumac Commissioning

Santa Rosa, California
Size: 146,400 sf
Project Cost: Confidential
Completion Date: 2010
Contractor: HMH Building
Architect: TLCD Architecture

Glumac provided commissioning services for this large project in Construction and Acceptance. The North Wing is a 146,400 square foot (5-stories plus lower level) hospital tower addition and expansion and integration of the existing Central Plant (chillers, boilers and emergency generators).

The new North Wing includes 24 Med-Surgical beds, 24 Post-Partum beds, 20 ICU beds, 34 Emergency Bays, and the 5th floor will be warm shelled. Specialized areas include a 1.5T MRI and Sterile Processing Department on the lower level, and Interventional Radiology on the 2nd floor. The new North Wing is connected to the existing hospital tower at the corridor termini on each floor, and to the support services building by a tunnel.

The existing Central Utilities Plant provides centralized chilled water, heating hot water, domestic hot water, steam, and emergency power to the existing hospital tower, two medical office buildings, and the support services building (domestic and heating hot water, and steam only). The C.U.P. Expansion will add chillers and cooling towers, a hot water boiler and steam boiler, and new emergency generators to serve the increased utilities demand created by the North Wing.


  • HVAC Systems and Control Systems
  • Plumbing System
  • Steam System
  • Electrical Power Distribution and Emergency
  • Generators & ATS
  • Fuel Oil System

Posted on

August 25, 2015