FEATURED HEALTHCARE FACILITIES PROJECT PDF
 
 
YEATON NEWS
President of Community College of VT Discusses New Facility
CCV President Judy Joyce discusses the new 32,000 square foot facility that greeted students on January 23, 2012. Yeaton provided the mechanical, plumbing and sustainable engineering design for the building. Listen to President Joyce's interview...

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AIA New Hampshire Announces 2012 Awards
The AIA New Hampshire Excellence in Architecture Awards were announced on January 21, 2012. Among the award winners was Samyn-D'Elia Architects, PA for its work on the Holderness School Dormitories. Yeaton was a design partner on this project.

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Concord Hospital


concord_hospital.jpgConcord Hospital, founded in 1884, is the second busiest acute care hospital in the State of New Hampshire. Located in Concord, New Hampshire, the campus consists of 114 acres and includes multiple healthcare facilities and buildings such as the Payson Center for Cancer Care, the Memorial Medical Office Building, and the Pillsbury Medical Office Building, to name a few. The Concord Hospital campus and infrastructure has expanded significantly through additions and renovations over the past 4 decades.

Project Scope

Concord Hospital engaged Yeaton Associates, Inc. to provide ongoing infrastructure improvement design services including the mapping of existing mechanical systems, development of energy conservation measures and implementation of system upgrades to achieve improved operating efficiencies.

Project Result

As part of this effort, Yeaton Associates, Inc. identified and implemented projects that converted constant volume air handling systems to variable air volume, replaced steam pre-heat with better controlled glycol/water solution pre-heat, and incorporated return air at existing 100% ventilation air handling systems where permissible by current healthcare ventilation codes. Yeaton Associates, Inc. has also assisted Concord Hospital with Infrastructure upgrade planning, including the replacement of 10 major air-handling units with multiple-fan, high-efficiency units. The results of these measures include increased energy and operating efficiency, clarity around hospital infrastructure, and a tangible reduction in operating costs for the hospital.