•   Maricopa Integrated Health Services Maryvale Hospital Renovation

    Maricopa Integrated Health Services Maryvale Hospital Renovation
    Wilson Electric was selected to provide electrical services for the renovation of MIHS Maryvale Hospital. The newly renovated facility is now called Valleywise Health and provides 24/7, full-service emergency care. The newly remodeled ED at Maryvale Hospital features 30 treatment bays and a 16-bed Clinical Decision Unit. Services supporting the patient care in the ED include general radiology, ultrasound, computerized tomography (CT),  full laboratory and pharmacy services. The behavioral health unit which provides inpatient mental health services for court-ordered psychiatric evaluation and treatment also opened with 48 beds and will grow to 192 when fully built out. This fast-track project was completed in 9 months.
  •   Phoenix Children's Hospital 9th Floor Build-Out

    Phoenix Children's Hospital 9th Floor Build-Out
    Wilson Electric was selected for the build out of the 9th floor of Phoenix Children's Hospital.  The build covered 40,000+ square feet in three distinct building segments.  Full BIM modeling requirements applied and were fast tracked to meet overall schedule requirements.  BIM allowed portions of the job to be pre-fabricated at ground level or offsite in order to reduce noise and congestion on the construction floor.  The floorplan is primary treatment rooms and patient care.  Special systems by Wilson included child abduction, nurse call and fire alarm.
  •   Tucson Medical Center - West Wing Hospital Addition

    Tucson Medical Center - West Wing Hospital Addition
    Five-story, 219,000 square foot medical facility has 24 operating rooms and over 150 patient care rooms for Tucson Medical Center’s emergency medical services and inpatient hospital. 50,000 square feet on the first floor is dedicated to the Tucson Orthopaedic Institute. The complex design required three months of intensive BIM work prior to construction. Our Preconstruction team worked together throughout design development offering value engineering and space planning techniques using our mobile BIM unit, Total Station, even after construction had commenced. Knowledge and experience, especially in an operating hospital environment, were our keys to success on this job.
  •   Cigna Medical Building

    Cigna Medical Building
    In February 2012 construction began on the new three-story, 93,000 square foot home of Cigna Medical Group, a division of Cigna Health Care of Arizona. The facility will provide outpatient surgery, family practice, and urgent care to the area residents and office workers. The building’s design focused on sustainability to target LEED Silver. Our role included the underground and shell construction, temporary power distribution, 1500 kW generator installation and uninterruptable power supply.
  •   Phoenix Children's Hospital NICU at Banner Good Samaritan

    Phoenix Children's Hospital NICU at Banner Good Samaritan
    The 43-room, 22,522 square foot addition and 40,000 square foot renovation expanded the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Banner Good Samaritan, now offering 76 private patient rooms. The hospital was still in operation while the third floor unit underwent a full remodel and addition. NETSIAN Technologies Group provided Nurse Call as well as other patient-friendly operational integrations, such as adjustable lighting, sound, and HVAC temperature controls.
  •   Integrated Medical Services

    Integrated Medical Services
    Four Integrated Medical Services campuses were developed across Phoenix in the course of six years: Avondale, Goodyear, Paradise Valley, and Phoenix-North Mountain. This group of Design-Build projects was a negotiated medical development totaling over 400,000 square feet. Each location provided different services, so each unique design was tailored to accommodate a variety of specialized owner equipment.
  •   Yavapai Regional Medical Center

    Yavapai Regional Medical Center
    Wilson Electric was selected for the design assist 162,000 square foot hospital expansion and renovation which included administrative and medical offices above the emergency room diagnostic and examination area. An additional 70,000 square foot five-story tower housing inpatient services and intensive care as well as the facility’s central plant was also added.
  •   Banner Ironwood Hospital

    Banner Ironwood Hospital
    Banner Ironwood Medical Center provides primary care, general surgery, and orthopedics in a ground-up 220,000 square foot facility on an 80-acre property. A Design-Assist delivery divided into two phases, the first phase included a full-service emergency department with nineteen private treatment areas and twenty-four bed medical center. The second phase completed the patient tower with an additional 86 beds, and a build-out capacity of 500 beds. Four large surgical suites were included in the project as well as a medical imaging wing. Immediately following the completion of this project, Wilson Electric also completed an Expansion and Renovation of the MRI-Imaging and Obstetrics Wings, adhering to ICRA protocol without interrupting hospital operations. Both projects were completed with McCarthy Construction.
  •   Banner Estrella

    Banner Estrella
    Complete in 2014, Banner Estrella Hospital is added two parking garages and a 284,000 square foot multi-story patient tower on the existing hospital grounds while the facility is in operation. As the Design-Assist electrical contractor, our Preconstruction team participated in all collaborative planning sessions, and utilized BIM to ensure exact positioning of the electrical equipment.
  •   Mayo Clinic Proton Beam Therapy

    Mayo Clinic Proton Beam Therapy
    By 2016, patients will be able to receive intensity modulated proton therapy, or pencil beam scanning: the first of its kind in the Southwest. This method of radiation is specialized for tumors in proximity to sensitive, critical organs to protect the healthy tissue while irradiating the cancer cells using large, beam-generating machines called synchotrons. Located east of the Mayo Clinic Specialty Building, the world-renowned cancer treatment units will be consolidated into one, 217,200 square foot facility. Four stories tall with two stories below grade, it contains a pharmacy, laboratory, endoscopy, radiology, and a cafeteria in addition to the 100,000 square foot proton beam therapy center. The therapy center houses four treatment rooms expected to care for 138 patients per day. Wilson Electric provided temporary power, distribution, and rough installation for the specialized equipment provided by Hitachi America, Ltd. Our Design-Assist team is working very closely with representatives from Hitachi to ensure a complete design and seamless equipment installation, operationally functional, with appropriate electrical distribution. Phase I of construction is expected to be complete by early 2014.
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