Fort Wayne, IN

Parkview Regional Medical Center

Our advanced building management system fully integrated a wide array of systems within a 980,000-square-foot regional healthcare facility.

Entrance of Parkview Regional Medical Center

Value Delivered

Havel provided an advanced building management system (BMS) for Parkview Health’s new Parkview Regional Medical Center. Our solutions were an integral component of a comprehensive project that involved mechanical, electrical, fire protection, and temperature control services. We completed all work within the client’s tight schedule.

By building custom reporting capabilities into our solution, we enhanced their ability to keep systems in compliance with stringent Joint Commission accreditation requirements that can affect licensing and funding. Overall, our solutions helped to improve control of key facility systems for maintaining a comfortable, energy-efficient, and productive environment.

Client Objectives

Parkview Health was building a new 980,000-square-foot medical center to expand their space and technologies, and they needed integration of building controls systems.


Our solution centralizes many of the healthcare facility’s complex technologies, and integrates the BMS with the main power system, generators under automatic transfer switch control, and an uninterruptible power supply system. In addition to building custom monitoring reports and networking the boiler and chiller into the BMS, our solution integrates the following systems:

  • HVAC
  • Pneumatic tube
  • Power distribution and backup
  • Medical gas
  • Temperature monitoring for refrigerators, freezer, and blanket warmers
  • Alarming for critical hospital equipment
  • Irrigation
  • Backup domestic water distribution
  • Shades
  • Four-pipe variable air volume

Client Background

Parkview Health is a not-for-profit, community-based health system with a network of 10 community hospitals and more than 100 clinics.