Fort Wayne, IN

Parkview Cancer Institute

We designed and installed state-of-art building automation for a 200,000-square-foot healthcare facility to integrate HVAC, power, medical gas, and alarm systems.

Entrance of Parkview Cancer Institute

Value Delivered

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.

Client Objectives

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:

  • HVAC
  • Power distribution and backup
  • Medical gas
  • Temperature trending
  • Alarming for critical hospital equipment
  • Irrigation
  • Backup domestic water distribution

Client Background

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.