Healthcare Support

EMCOR Government Services’ (EGS) extensive specialty facilities knowledge includes commercial and military medical facilities services. We deliver value through building, HVAC, energy management, and mechanical and electrical services as well as work with building control systems and equipment.

We can provide everything necessary to optimal 24/7 operation of a medical center, including facilities services requests handled rapidly and efficiently, optimal parts kept available with limited storage space, minimal disruptions to normal daily activities during maintenance, and the creation of a comfortable and productive environment for patients, staff, and families.

Special Building Operations

Our clients are guaranteed a smooth transition from new construction to ongoing facilities management in high-performance conditions. All of our work can be done in compliance with all military, local, and regulatory requirements with maximum safety control and quality assurance.

From military and private sector hospitals, to labs and research centers, over the last 10 years EMCOR companies have completed 2,500+ projects in 33 states for 650+ clients.

We have done work for:

  • U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command, Fort Detrick
  • Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
  • Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
  • Naval Hospital Bethesda
  • Naval Hospital Bremerton

Healthcare Support Services

Our capabilities that span the commercial and government healthcare industries include:

  • The Joint Commission Log Book Program
  • Annual Life Safety Assessment Program
  • Above-the-Ceiling Permit Program
  • Fire/Smoke Barrier Inspection and Repair Program
  • And many more

Nationwide, our Healthcare Support division is entrusted to keep respected hospitals, clinics, labs and research centers safe, energy-efficient and operationally compliant with this industry’s ultra-strict standards and regulations.

Contact us if you need work done at a medical facility and you need it done with minimal disruption to staff and patients.