Indiana University Health Medical Center

KFI's technical commissioning team provided retro-commissioning and test and balance services on Indiana University Health Systems six-story, 320,000 square-foot pathological lab facility.

LOCATION:

Indianapolis, IN

SQUARE FOOTAGE:

320,000 sq ft

INDUSTRY:

Healthcare

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Challenge:

Indiana University Health Systems required complete retro-commissioning of their six-story, 320,000 square-foot pathological lab facility. Indiana University Health’s laboratories conduct more than 19 million tests a year and operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Approach:

KFI’s Arizona staff tested all laboratory supply and exhaust systems, as well as supply and exhaust terminal units, for correct operation and calibration. To verify correct air changes and pressure relationships within the lab and building, KFI performed a complete test and balance on the laboratory spaces and HVAC systems. Additionally, KFI also tested and commissioned the DDC control systems for both the buildings HVAC and the laboratory supply and exhaust systems.

Outcome:

Throughout the retro-commissioning process, KFI focused on improving the laboratories’ building performance. The facility continues to provide comprehensive testing to hospitals and physicians across the country.

Key Contacts:
Robert J. Linder, PE, NEBB CP, LEED AP
Director, Performance Group
Services Provided:
  • Retrocommissioning

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