Havel played an integral role during the construction of the Parkview Cancer Institute for Parkview Health, by delivering a building automation system (BAS). The project involved complex construction and engineering to accommodate many healthcare services.
Havel developed a cutting-edge BAS design with a budget proposal that incorporated significant value-engineering deductions. This helped ensure our services met Parkview Health’s rigorous design and workmanship criteria, while maintaining their strict budget.
Overall, our solutions help improve control of key facility systems; enhance their ability to keep systems in regulatory compliance; and maintain a comfortable, energy-efficient, and productive environment.
Parkview Health was building a new 200,000-square-foot, five-story Parkview Cancer Institute on their main campus, and they needed integration of an array of building controls systems.
Havel delivered a highly-advanced BAS that integrates controls for a wide range of systems, including:
- Power distribution and backup
- Medical gas
- Temperature trending
- Alarming for critical hospital equipment
- Backup domestic water distribution
Parkview Cancer Institute is part of Parkview Health; a not-for-profit, community-based health system with a network of 10 community hospitals and more than 100 clinics.