Opening in January 2020, Harrison Medical Center’s Silverdale campus expansion will feature state-of-the-art medical technology, a new acute care facility and provide comprehensive healthcare services to the Peninsula community. This facility will be one of the most energy efficient hospitals in the country and the most energy efficient in the state! Services will include: A 60,000 sq. ft. cancer center, heart and stroke care, surgical services including robotic surgery, birthing centers with NICU Level 2, orthopedic care and 24/7 emergency services.
Working with general contractor Howard S. Wright (a Balfour Beatty Company), our scope of work includes:
80,000 sq. ft .of CENTRIA’s integrated insulated metal wall panels and windows system (including 4,795 insulated metals wall panels and 488 integrated window frames with exteriors sunshade system); 900 sq. ft. of mechanical screenwall panels, 4.100 sq. ft. of integrated louvers (63 each of various size), 950 sq. ft. of Chiller Yard soundwall panels, interior stainless steel column covers and beam wraps; Torch down membrane roofing, with 1,300 squares of single ply KEE-PVC roofing and roof hatches, roof access stairs and platforms, and roof ship ladders. We also furnished and installed all EPS/Geofoam for concrete slabs and raised beams, including loading dock area and helicopter pad with raised walkway on the level nine roof.
Pre-planning with the general contractor to provide guaranteed dimensions of the steel and stud framing, allowing all materials to be made to size to helped reduce cost and waste, but also created a one of a kind building envelope system.
The Formavue window and sunshade system, integrated with the Formawall dimension series panels, is the largest integrated window project that CENTRIA has ever designed.
The podium scope of work included installing the integrated metal wall panel and window system within a CMU punched opening.
This is the largest project ever built in Kitsap County and the tallest building west of the Puget Sound. Flynn Roofers and carpenters are currently working through the winter months in a challenging environment with unpredictable wind and rain!
The project began in June 2018 and is expected to finish in August 2019.