- LocationKirkland, Washington
- Sq Ft45000
- ArchitectSalus Architecture
- General ContractorLydig Construction
Agility to minimize downtime
To create a space that would serve their patients, EvergreenHeath knew that wall access was critical. They needed to keep their 62-bed progressive care unit current with the latest smart room technology. And they wanted quick and easy maintenance. Why? Each critical-care headwall in these patient rooms include more than 50 electrical, data and medical gas service drops. With DIRTT, each service drop was installed before the headwall ever arrived on-site. That kept the plenum above the ceiling open for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing. Future maintenance and changes become much easier as a result.
Embedding technology inside the wall under easy-to-clean surfaces improved infection prevention and control. But more importantly the inside of the wall could be easily accessed. Wall-mounted equipment could be shifted in a flash. Durable removable panels mean that drywall repairs have been reduced to zero. Overall, maintenance costs are expected to drop an estimated $1 million a year because rooms can stay operational.
Thank you for giving me a room that makes me feel so good when I feel so sick.EvergreenHealth patient
Better sound privacy
DIRTT takes a holistic approach to sound management. This means we can meet the acoustic requirements and speech privacy needs of any space.
Latest tech in the walls
Cleanly integrate any type of technology and keep it secure. Maximize function and looks while you save space.
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