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Healthcare-Hospital

Sutter Acute Rehabilitation Center

Owner

Sutter Roseville Medical Center

Location

Roseville, CA

Architect

HGA Architecture

Mechanical Engineer

Frank M. Booth, Inc.

Year Complete

2009

Size

106,500 SF

Contract Type

Design Build

Mechanical Contractor

Frank M. Booth, Inc.

Project Overview

Two-story medical acute Rehabilitation Center.  The first floor houses a 40-bed in-patient rehabilitation unit with shelled space for an additional 16 patient beds. The second floor accommodates a 30-bed Ventilator Unit and ancillary support space needs, with 15,192 SF for future growth.  The lower level includes a central plant expansion, new mechanical room, emergency generator room and an electrical room.

The Rehabilitation Center has three main units to care for the diverse needs of the patients.  The Brain Injury Unit includes 10 private rooms within a secured area and separate dining and therapy areas for patients with cognitive impairments.  The General Rehabilitation Unit focuses on providing care and treatment to patients who are working to overcome limitations due to stroke, neurological or orthopedic conditions.  The Spinal Cord Unit provides attention to patients who are impaired by quadriplegia and paraplegia. 

Mechanical Highlights 

  • FMB was the design engineer and the mechanical contractor.
  • Project includes new chiller plant and cooling tower.
  • Steam systems for generating heating and domestic hot water.
  • Fan wall air handling systems.
  • New bulk oxygen system.