Medical Construction & Design

JUL-AUG 2015

Medical Construction & Design (MCD) is the industry's leading source for news and information and reaches all disciplines involved in the healthcare construction and design process.

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4 Medical Construction & Design | J U LY/AUGUST 2015 | MCDM AG.COM IN EVERY ISSUE 6 Projects 12 Project Pipeline 14 Industry 54 People 64 Industry Events 64 Advertiser Index >> page 49 Contents – GREEN – Prescription for Energy Savings Upgraded cooling tower fan motors reduce energy costs, consumption and maintenance. 57 – PRODUCTS – Ideal HVAC Design for Integrated Care Variable refrigerant fl ow zoning system of ers privacy and savings for health and wellness facility. 59 Teaming with Technology Eskenazi Health stays connected at new fl agship hospital. 60 Comforts of Home Z-Band technology aids in making patients feel at ease with high-defi nition TV. 61 – SPOTLIGHT – High- Performance Envelopes A façade approach to maximize solar attributes. 20 A Hybrid Solution Exceeding healthcare building performance standards with roofi ng options. 24 July/August 2015 > Volume 11, Issue 4 > mcdmag.com DEPARTMENTS 32 24 New Products 62 Spotlight Products 22 Green News 56 27 Recover, Rethink, Thrive There is very little healthcare organizations can do to predict when natural disasters will occur, but there is a great deal that can be done to prepare and respond. 30 Staying in Tune Achieving signifi cant energy savings without making a substantial capital investment with web-based energy monitoring and chiller plant optimization. 32 Predictive Maintenance Making proactive choices to mitigate potential failures. Predictive maintenance techniques are used to determine the condition of assets in order to predict when a maintenance activity should be performed. Determining when and where to use it, or any maintenance strategy, is critical. 36 Beyond the Central Plant Analyzing systems controls, temperature, airfl ow and pressures to determine long-term energy ef ciency. Building Care & Operations ISSUE FOCUS

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