Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital
Los Angeles, CA
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PROJECT LEADER
Roger Carter
COMPLETION DATE
June 1, 2014
CLIENT
RBB Architects
PROJECT TYPE
Healthcare

The re-opening of the Martin Luther King Jr. hospital signifies a new beginning for the MLK Medical Center, which was closed in 2007, leaving a large community without access to local healthcare services. The renovation re-establishes this facility as a new, state-of-the-art hospital within the LA County Department of Public Health system providing inpatient, outpatient, and mental health services. Redevelopment of the 38-acre campus encompasses the complete renovation of the In-Patient Tower, Replacement of the Central Heating, Cooling and Emergency Power Utility Plant, and addition of an Ancillary Building. The project included constructing a new 2-story 23,000 SF Ancillary Building, a new 70,000 MBH steam heating plant, a 4800-ton cooling plant, and a new 4MW emergency generator plant. The project also included:

  • Renovating an existing 190,000sf 6-level building for an acute care nursing tower.
  • Renovating the Hospital Support Building.
  • Renovating an existing central plant and tunnel.

tk1sc provided mechanical, plumbing, and EMS consulting services, which helped the project achieve LEED Gold certification. The project was constructed with numerous permits and increments and was completed on time and within budget for Los Angeles County.

PROJECT TEAM:
Roger Carter
Bob Scully
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PROJECT LEADER
Roger Carter
COMPLETION DATE
June 1, 2014
CLIENT
RBB Architects
PROJECT TYPE
Healthcare

The re-opening of the Martin Luther King Jr. hospital signifies a new beginning for the MLK Medical Center, which was closed in 2007, leaving a large community without access to local healthcare services. The renovation re-establishes this facility as a new, state-of-the-art hospital within the LA County Department of Public Health system providing inpatient, outpatient, and mental health services. Redevelopment of the 38-acre campus encompasses the complete renovation of the In-Patient Tower, Replacement of the Central Heating, Cooling and Emergency Power Utility Plant, and addition of an Ancillary Building. The project included constructing a new 2-story 23,000 SF Ancillary Building, a new 70,000 MBH steam heating plant, a 4800-ton cooling plant, and a new 4MW emergency generator plant. The project also included:

  • Renovating an existing 190,000sf 6-level building for an acute care nursing tower.
  • Renovating the Hospital Support Building.
  • Renovating an existing central plant and tunnel.

tk1sc provided mechanical, plumbing, and EMS consulting services, which helped the project achieve LEED Gold certification. The project was constructed with numerous permits and increments and was completed on time and within budget for Los Angeles County.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital
Los Angeles, CA
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Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital
PROJECT LEADER
Roger Carter
COMPLETION DATE
June 1, 2014
CLIENT
RBB Architects
PROJECT TYPE
Healthcare

The re-opening of the Martin Luther King Jr. hospital signifies a new beginning for the MLK Medical Center, which was closed in 2007, leaving a large community without access to local healthcare services. The renovation re-establishes this facility as a new, state-of-the-art hospital within the LA County Department of Public Health system providing inpatient, outpatient, and mental health services. Redevelopment of the 38-acre campus encompasses the complete renovation of the In-Patient Tower, Replacement of the Central Heating, Cooling and Emergency Power Utility Plant, and addition of an Ancillary Building. The project included constructing a new 2-story 23,000 SF Ancillary Building, a new 70,000 MBH steam heating plant, a 4800-ton cooling plant, and a new 4MW emergency generator plant. The project also included:

  • Renovating an existing 190,000sf 6-level building for an acute care nursing tower.
  • Renovating the Hospital Support Building.
  • Renovating an existing central plant and tunnel.

tk1sc provided mechanical, plumbing, and EMS consulting services, which helped the project achieve LEED Gold certification. The project was constructed with numerous permits and increments and was completed on time and within budget for Los Angeles County.

PROJECT TEAM:
Roger Carter
Bob Scully
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Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital

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RBB Architects
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Los Angeles, CA

The re-opening of the Martin Luther King Jr. hospital signifies a new beginning for the MLK Medical Center, which was closed in 2007, leaving a large community without access to local healthcare services. The renovation re-establishes this facility as a new, state-of-the-art hospital within the LA County Department of Public Health system providing inpatient, outpatient, and mental health services. Redevelopment of the 38-acre campus encompasses the complete renovation of the In-Patient Tower, Replacement of the Central Heating, Cooling and Emergency Power Utility Plant, and addition of an Ancillary Building. The project included constructing a new 2-story 23,000 SF Ancillary Building, a new 70,000 MBH steam heating plant, a 4800-ton cooling plant, and a new 4MW emergency generator plant. The project also included:

  • Renovating an existing 190,000sf 6-level building for an acute care nursing tower.
  • Renovating the Hospital Support Building.
  • Renovating an existing central plant and tunnel.

tk1sc provided mechanical, plumbing, and EMS consulting services, which helped the project achieve LEED Gold certification. The project was constructed with numerous permits and increments and was completed on time and within budget for Los Angeles County.

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