Joint Base Langley – Eustis, VA

United States Air Force 633rd Medical Group

We provided operations and maintenance support for the 633rd Medical Group’s 20-facility healthcare complex.

Value Delivered

EMCOR Government Services (EGS) expertly provides operations and maintenance (O&M) support for the 633rd Medical Group’s 20-facility healthcare complex. EGS maintains a comfortable and productive environment for the facilities’ staff and patients alike, providing indispensable value in various forms:

  • 24/7 operation of a mission-critical healthcare complex
  • Non-disruptive electrical service
  • On-site renovation, addition, and construction assistance
  • Architectural design evaluations
  • Smooth transitions from construction to O&M activities
  • Effective emergency response

Client Objectives

The 633rd Medical Group contracted EGS to secure top-quality facilities services for its 20-facility complex during massive renovation and construction efforts.

Solutions

EGS provided management, maintenance, and repair services. Additionally, the 633rd Medical Group enlisted EGS as part of an indefinite delivery/indefinite quality (IDIQ) project servicing a range of systems, including:

  • HVAC
  • Variable-air-volume units
  • Electrical systems
  • Centrifugal chillers
  • Air-handling units
  • Walk-in refrigerators and freezers
  • Backflow preventers
  • Generators
  • Boilers
  • Cooling towers
  • Variable-speed drives

EGS also maintains major medical and hospital equipment, including:

  • Medical vacuums
  • Emergency generators
  • Medical air compressors
  • Nurse call systems
  • Infant abduction systems
  • Electronic card access systems
  • Uninterruptible power supplies
  • Closed-circuit television networks

In addition to the basic contract services, EGS has assisted the 633rd medical group with other various projects. For example, EGS:

  • Reviewed architectural design documents and “as-built” conditions for a three-story, 150,000 square-foot hospital expansion to maximize facility performance and facilitate a smooth transition from construction to O&M functions
  • Supported and expedited a 130,000 square-foot hospital building renovation as well as a 3,297 square-foot clinic interior renovation, reducing project duration to 21 days from an estimated four months
  • Installed new lighting systems in five labor, delivery, recovery, and postpartum rooms, earning the 633rd a customer service award by helping it avert a sentinel event
  • Converted a special level II neonatal intensive care unit with an isolation room, repaired 2nd and 3rd floor wall and floor finishes
  • Restored an intensive care unit in accordance with American Institute of Architects (AIA) and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards
  • Conducted damage assessments after Tropical Storm Ernesto

Client Background

The United States Air Force 633rd Medical Group provides inpatient and outpatient services, intensive care, complete emergency room services, a dental clinic, and health support services to a patient population of active duty members, dependents, and retirees.