CHICAGO — Reed Construction recently completed a renovation at the radiology department at the University of Chicago Medical Center’s Bernard A. Mitchell Hospital.
Reed Construction renovated the space to accommodate the installation of an uninterrupted power supply system designed to provide back-up power to the department’s three CT Scanners.
Nicholas Siorek, project manager for Reed Construction’s Healthcare Group, led the project. It was completed while operations were maintained throughout the construction. PFB Architects provided the architectural services and T & M Associates provided the engineering services.
The University of Chicago Medical Center is an academic medical center based in Hyde Park on the campus of the University of Chicago. Established in 1927, the Medical Center is a not-for-profit corporation that operates the Bernard A. Mitchell Hospital, the primary adult patient care facility; the Comer Children’s Hospital, devoted to the medical needs of children; the Chicago Lying-in Hospital, a maternity and women’s hospital; Duchossois Center for Advanced Medicine, an ambulatory care facility with the full spectrum of preventive, diagnostic, and treatment functions; and the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, one of the country’s top medical schools.