Miami Valley Hospital South – Bed Expansion

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Premier Health Partners

Skanska Shook, JV

Gresham Smith and Partners

Gresham Smith and Partners


$16.2 million

February 2011

September 2012

The Miami Valley Hospital South Bed Tower project at 5801 Clyo Road, Centerville, OH was completed in September 2012 with a total construction value of $16.2 million. Miami Valley Hospital South (MVHS) added a five-story addition with 64 private patient rooms dedicated to orthopedics, obstetrical and medical surgical care as part of its long-range facility plan. TP Mechanical installed the HVAC piping, sheet metal, medical gas piping and plumbing under a design assist contract.

The aggressive project schedule created challenges for the construction team.  TP Mechanical answered the challenge and prefabricated the corridor mechanical, electrical, and communication systems into racks.  Each rack was constructed on the ground level in our facility, which eliminated working overhead in the field and eliminated delays due to unpredictable weather.  Employees were able to work on the main distribution systems while the building was being erected.  This reduced the field installation time and supported the construction team’s aggressive schedule.

TP Mechanical’s prefabricated rack system was completed before the steel for the corridors were installed.  The team constructed a support system for each rack to install them before the walls were up.   The team was adapted to an uneven concrete slab by adjusting the height of each structural support.  The main distribution rack systems were installed within a two-week period, and TP Mechanical met the schedule.


“It was a pleasure working with the professionals at TP Mechanical Contractors including their pre-construction staff during the budget phase, their in-house design and drafting team during the engineering design phase, and their onsite project managers and superintendents throughout construction.  They were an integral part of the team from the outset and the quality of their work and the extent of their effort are evident across the entire project. We look forward to having an opportunity to work with TP Mechanical Contractors again.”

– John Horst, PE, CPD, LEED AP

Engineering Project Manager, Gresham, Smith and Partners




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