St. Mary’s General Hospital underwent a $13-million redevelopment of its Heart Rhythm Centre. Construction was completed in early 2021 with phased openings of the expanded Device and Arrhythmia Clinic, the new (electrophysiology) EP Suite, and a new patient recovery space.
The hospital remained fully operational during the construction. Our team completed the electrical and communications scopes of the development, adhering to St. Mary’s Hospital’s infection prevention and control policies as well as the our own strict COVID-19 safety protocols.
Our team disconnected and removed the existing electrical systems and conducted the necessary studies of the electrical systems. We addressed the power requirements of the renovated spaces, supplying and installing the distribution panels, breakers, and transformers as well as outlets and devices.
The lighting, lighting controls, and security systems for the Centre were supplied and installed by our team as well as the fire alarm devices and nurse call system. Modifications to these systems were made and the necessary verifications were completed to ensure proper function.
Our Communications team completed the data cabling for the patient recovery rooms, nurses stations, and four surgical robotic arms in the operating theatre. Wireless Access Points were wired in patient and recovery rooms on several floors. All cables were labelled and tested after termination.