Greenland recently reached a milestone in a Florida boiler plant project: assembling, rigging and erecting a packaged over/under deaerator and condensate storage tank system. The solution is unique in that it is a dual-level prefabricated package that was built and tested off-site in modules and can be assembled on-site. Read More
HAMPTON – The team of Greenland Enterprises and SAW Contracting has been selected for a $1.5M project to upgrade boiler plant controls for the Kansas City Veterans Administration Medical Center. The project includes upgrading combustion controls on four dual fuel boilers, upgrading water level controls and alarms, and various repairs and testing. Read More
Designing and building central plants for hospitals is no longer limited to efficient systems with redundancy for critical components. The lessons learned in Texas and Florida after major hurricanes are leading to changes in design and construction approaches for medical systems and similar environments.
According to the 2018 Hospital Construction Survey, conducted by The American Society for Healthcare Engineering, 89 percent of facilities professionals consider “resiliency” when designing and building new spaces. Resiliency in construction means structures and components that resist both natural and human caused disasters, and allow for fast recovery after events. Read More