Central utility plants support hospital mission

January 7, 2016

New central utility plants (CUP) ensure that patients can depend on reliable, uninterrupted power, according to an article on the FacilityCare website.

Energy efficiency upgrades and an investment in reliable on-site energy infrastructure offers financial, operational and environmental benefits.

Maintaining a CUP during construction requires the project team to be as unobtrusive as possible. The renovation and expansion of a CUP should also be done in phases to maintain uninterrupted operation and service of essential utilities.

An important component to help with the logistical challenges is to build a sequential timeline for disruptions related to the new project.

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