Hutzel Molecular Genetics Lab

Air-cooled Direct Expansion Energy Recovery Unit

32,000 CFM / 120 Tons

Features include:

  • Fanwall fan array
  • Compressors in a separate sound isolated compartment Low sound condenser fans
  • 4 separate DX circuits for redundancy
  • Factory controls customized for project requirements

Oakwood Southshore Medical Center

Prefabricated Mechanical Room Featuring:

  • Four Air Handlers with Fanwall totaling 174,000 CFM
  • Integrated Evaporative Condensing 550 ton Chiller
  • Integrated 120 Evaporative Condensing DX section
  • Chilled Water and Hot Water Pumps
  • Integrated DDC Controls
  • Integrated Electrical Panels



Delta Dental of Michigan

Mammoth’s Custom Packaged DX Systems Earn Project LEED Certification

The project included a 300,000 sq. ft. expansion and the construction of a new 100,000 sq. ft. building. Mammoth custom-packaged DX systems were selected, and ultimately helped the project earn the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification for New Construction.

The Mammoth systems contributed one point to outdoor air delivery monitoring (EQc1), which supports occupant comfort and well-being, as well as overall building energy efficiency. They contributed three points to EAc1, Optimize Energy Performance, which reduces the buildings’ operational costs when compared to standard HVAC systems. “The efficiency of the Mammoth air conditioning systems contributed to the overall building performance which, when compared to ASHRAE 90.1 Appendix G baseline, was able to provide an energy cost savings of approximately 14.7 percent,” says Scott Kemp, P.E., mechanical engineer with Albert Kahn Associates. Additional LEED program credits were granted based on a number of sustainable design features at the Delta Dental campus.

Installation advantages to the owner included single sourcing and keeping most of the HVAC equipment out of the buildings and on the roof. “We wanted to take advantage of the factory labor over a field-built installation to save time and improve quality,” noted Kemp. “Sole-source responsibility for the major equipment and for the mechanical room installation was also an advantage.”

Learn more by reading the complete case study.

Beaumont Hospital Troy – Operating Rooms

Griffin Provides Nortek Air Solutions CleanSuite® to Troy Beaumont

In 2015, Beaumont Hospital-Troy converted 14 operating rooms and support spaces in its existing and original impatient surgical suite on the first floor into 16 new operating rooms, along with a new state-of-the-art hybrid imaging operating room, a new cystoscopy room, and two interventional radiology rooms.

Griffin International provided nineteen Nortek Air Solutions CleanSuite® , Structural MEP Laminar Flow Ceiling systems, and Temtrol® custom air-handling systems.

To read more on this project, please follow the link below to read the July 2015 article from CAM Magazine.

Copley Medical Center – Surgical Wing Expansion

Venmar Custom Rooftops

Copley Medical Center in Stowe Vermont is fully underway, building a new Surgical Center to replace its current operating rooms which were last updated in 1979.

Preliminary site work began in mid-April and groundbreaking was held on May 25, 2016. Construction is expected to be completed by the end of 2017. Surgical services will not be disrupted by construction; Copley will continue to provide for the health of the community throughout the project. About 2,000 operations are performed at Copley each year, surgery categories include general, cataract, urological, obstetrical-gynecological and full-mouth oral surgery reconstruction. The construction manager for the project, John Kause, PE recommended CleanSuite’s for the three (3) OR’s and one (1) Procedure room due to their modularity/ease-of-installation and the clinical benefits including full laminar flow through the sterile patient field. Additionally, two Venmar custom rooftops will be provided to serve the entire new surgical expansion.

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Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak – Emergency Center

Beaumont Royal Oak Breaks Ground on New High-tech Emergency Center

Beaumont Royal Oak’s new Emergency Center is currently under construction to double the size of the current 70,000 sq. ft. facility to 125,300 sq. ft. and feature 125 private rooms.

Griffin is providing Ventrol custom air-handling systems.

Technology in the new Emergency Center will include:

  • Ability to monitor patients in every room with devices that can send results to medical staff in a fast, efficient manner
  • Noninvasive heart monitoring and testing equipment to evaluate heart and trauma patients quickly
  • Ability to communicate information, such as images and lab results, to caregivers throughout the hospital and physician offices via a secure instant messaging computer system
  • Handheld devices for all caregivers with all patient information readily accessible to facilitate patient care
  • Digital imaging, providing immediate imaging test results
  • An MRI machine in the Emergency Center to expedite patient imaging

Click here to read more on the project.