VA Monterey Clinic
MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM H. GOURLEY VA-DOD OUTPATIENT CLINIC
The relocation and expansion of the existing 3-story VA Monterey Bay Health Care Clinic in Marina will serve 81,000 active and retired military personnel along the central coast of California.
The clinic houses primary care and specialty care services, including ancillary and diagnostic services, audiology, physical and occupation therapy, medical/surgical clinics and mental health care. To create a sustainable project, the design team utilized LEAN Integrated Project Delivery. The requirement to meet not only CALGreen and Title 24 code but also Federal and VA specific code, required the project team to truly work together.
Capital selected an evap pre-cooled rooftop system based on its superior life-cycle cost and the energy savings. The HVAC system consists of four outdoor packaged DX, gas heat, and variable volume units located on the roof in screened enclosures. The AHUs are supply/ return type units with variable frequency drives, prefilters, final filters, pre-heating natural gas, cooling coil, supply air sound traps and mixing sections to provide a 100% outside air economizer cycle. The air conditioning units are zoned with three serving the north building and one serving the south building. Building heating are via 3 high-efficiency condensing boilers each sized for 3,000 MBTU nominal input. Each boiler is sized for 50% of the load with one boiler being redundant.
VA Palo Alto Health Care System
Nichols, Melburg & Rossetto
LEAN Integrated Project Delivery
BIM Integration + Modeling
Energy Star Documentation
Fire Sprinkler Criteria
Title 24 Energy Analysis
LEED for Healthcare Targeting Gold Certification