Lehigh Valley Health – Hecktown Oaks

By September 20, 2021Featured Project

Lehigh Valley Health Network


Project Name: Lehigh Valley Health Network – Hecktown Oaks Campus
Location: 3780 Hecktown Road, Easton, PA
Market: Healthcare
Application: Building Heat, Humidification & Sterilization Steam
Design/Build Contractor: Worth & Company

Equipment:

  • Three Fulton Endura+ Model EDR+3000 Condensing Boilers
  • Three Fulton Vertical Spiral Rib Tubeless Model VSRT-40 Steam Boilers
  • One Fulton Horizontal Boiler Feed Model HT-100 Duplex Boiler Feed
  • One Fulton Blowdown Model F-75
  • One Fulton Deluxe Chemical Feed w/ Agitator
  • One Fulton ModSync Touchscreen Boiler Plant Controller
  • Schebler Model PA & EVD Double Wall Boiler Venting

Lehigh Valley Health – Hecktown Oaks is LVHN’s first newly-built hospital in nearly 50 years. Opened in July 2021, the Campus encompasses a 201,000 sq/ft hospital, the 35,000 sq/ft Lehigh Valley Cancer Center, a 60,000 sq/ft health center, and an emergency room for adults and children. In addition, there are 20 emergency room bays, four bays dedicated just for kids, eight observation beds, four state-of-the-art surgical suites, an advanced diagnostics lab, and behavioral health capabilities right in the ER. Nearly 400 colleagues will staff the new campus, bringing advanced healthcare options for patients in Northampton County, PA.

UEP Northeast provided (3) Fulton Endura Plus 3000 MBH high-efficiency condensing boilers that will provide building heat. Additionally, the facility’s steam requirements, including humidification and sterilization steam, are being served by (3) Fulton VSRT 40 HP steam boilers, boiler feed systems, blowdown separator, water treatment, and controls furnished by UEP Northeast.  The UEP Northeast team also provided Schebler Model PA & EVD venting for all (6) boilers, purchased and installed by the project’s mechanical contractor, Worth & Company. This project serves as a great example of UEP Northeast’s ability to provide reliable and efficient equipment for modern-day healthcare facilities.

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