McKee Cancer Center
McKee Cancer Center is a part of the McKee Medical Center in Loveland, Colorado. In 2012, the design of a new 12,000-sf single-level facility on the main hospital campus began. The existing main utilities of the campus served the Ambulatory Care Center and included the central chilled and hot water plant as well as the main electrical switchgear of the campus, which provides emergency power for the facility. The project was executed in two phases. The first phase accommodated a vault to house a Cyberknife or a Linac machine and additional support offices. The second phase of the project consisted of the renovation of the reception area and the addition of offices and a multipurpose room. BCER designed the Mechanical and Electrical Systems for the $2.5 million addition/remodel in the Cancer Care Center. The project design included the reconfiguration of the Chilled and Hot Water delivery systems from the main Central Plant of the Hospital. The project included a new linear accelerator, multipurpose rooms, treatment rooms, offices, etc.