Ann Arbor, MI
PBA provided MEP engineering design services for the renovation of 7,500 square foot of space within the Medical Science Building at University of Michigan in order to create a new state-of-the-art Clinical Simulation Center.
The Simulation Center renovation project included engineering design for the renovation of Rooms 2727 and 2727A through 2727I in the Medical Science Unit II which once completed, created the new Clinical Simulation Center. The Clinical Simulation Center (CSC), “provides state-of-the-art learning environments for Michigan Medicine health care professionals and students to train in groups or individually.” (Retrieved from https://medicine.umich.edu/dept/csc/explore-csc, June 1, 2020)
PBA provided MEP design services for the replacement of the associated existing air handling unit, and the replacement of Motor Control Centers MCC 2-3 and MCC 2-4 with the addition of new distribution panels. Both MCC’s are located on the 2nd floor of the Medical Science Unit II, with MCC 2-3 located in room 2738M and MCC 2-4 located in room 2704M. The scope of work also included remotely locating new starters that displaced existing MCC starters. In addition, PBA verified that existing downstream controls or disconnects had the required NEC working clearances.
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