Central Steam Boiler Plant for a Rural Hospital at Colquitt County Regional Medical Center

With the facility experiencing increased demand for services, Colquitt Regional Medical Center (CRMC) in Moultrie, Georgia, saw the potential for more efficiently, and effectively providing patient and community services by redesigning/reconfiguring some of the existing facilities and equipment. Hurst Boiler devised and engineered a two-phase plan that involved building a totally separate structure some 250 feet away from the existing medical center, connected by an underground piping and conduit "umbilical". Phase I would build the new plant. In Phase II the existing plant would be demolished in-part, and renovated, after the new plant and systems were online. By taking a team approach, the hospital achieved a reduction of approximately $6 Million dollars in the total project cost

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