Medical Construction & Design

MAR-APR 2018

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A ccu- M ount S u pp ort Sy stems are p re-engineered & p re-manu f actured surgical boom & light mounting solutions. Recognized f or su p erior q ualit y and ease o f installation, our p roven and cost-e ff ective con fi gurations attach to an y building structure t yp e. Choose the p re f erred Accu-Mount solution & incor p orate the basis o f our design into y our best p ractices toda y! www.healthcaretec.com 877.878.3534 PRE-ENGINEERED. PRE-SOLVED. Accu-Mount Series 200 Accu-Mount Series 100 Accu-Mount Series 300 Procedure Lighting, Microscopes, Cameras, Injectors and N avigation Equipment. Desi g ned for Anesthesia Booms, E q ui p ment Management Systems and Tandem Confi g urations . Desi g ned for Sin g le or M ultiple Head Surgical Lights and Monitor Equipment. The Basis of Support Design Surgical Boom & Light Mounting Solutions AWARDS IWR North America, RSS Roofi ng Services & Solutions Receive Awards for St. Louis Healthcare Projects IWR North America has received an Exterior Cladding Award from the Building Enclosure Council of St. Louis, Missouri for its work on SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital West. The fi rm was the enclosure subcontractor on the SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital West project, a vertical expansion of an existing, occupied hospital. The project consisted of approxi- mately 37,000 square feet of unitized stud panels with AVB applied in a shop environment, 23,000 square feet of custom united curtainwall and 37,000 square feet of multiple rainscreen cladding system. For more information, visit bec-stl.org/events. In addition, RSS accepted the Roofi ng Award for its work on the Barnes-Jewish Hospital's north campus tower, also in St. Louis. The BJC North Tower is one of three buildings involved in the healthcare organization's decade-long campus renewal project. The roof is 78,800 square feet and contains 23 roof levels. Sections of the roof applications include standard TPO roof installations accented with garden roof areas that contain 458 yards of growth media. St. Joseph Hospital West Barnes-Jewish Hospital

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