Healthcare

Over the years, W. L. Gary Company has worked at over a dozen hospitals performing mechanical services for renovations, additions, mechanical upgrades, and the installation of medical gas systems and other specialty piping systems. We understand the importance of keeping your facility up to date with the ever changing technology in the field of healthcare and we are here to help you implement it.

Washington DC VA Medical Center: Community Resource and Referral Center

Scope: Full mechanical and plumbing demo and installation of the VA community outreach center

Contract Type: DBB
Size: 16,000 sq ft
Location: Washington, DC
CM/GC: Turner Special Projects
Project Status: Completed April 2012
LEED: Seeking LEED Silver

United Medical Center: Pediatric

Scope: Plumbing, HVAC, and medical gas remodel

Contract Type: Plan and Spec
Location: Washington, DC
CM/GC: DPR Construction
Project Status: Completed June 2010

Medimmune

Scope:  New lab and research building

Contract Type: Design Assist, GMP
Location: Frederick, MD
CM/GC: Parsons/Medimmune
Project Status: Completed July 2009

Sibley Hospital: Grand Oaks Assisted Living

Scope: Addition to existing assisted living facility doubling the square footage and adding a parking garage

Contract Type: Plan and Spec
Size: 60,000 sq ft
Location: Washington, DC
CM/GC: Hitt Contracting
Project Status: Completed January 2007

Current Projects

DCPCA Parkside Health Center – Harvey-Cleary
Pecan Court Demo – Harvey-Cleary

Healthcare Facilities Where We Have Performed Work

Calvert County Hospital
Children’s National Medical Center
Civista Hospital
DC General Hospital
Dominion Hospital
Georgetown University Hospital
National Naval Medical Center
Potomac Hospital
Prince William County Hospital
Shady Grove Hospital
Washington Hospital Center

Construction Success

Complete Boiler Replacement over the Summer

Key Characteristics: Design/Assist; Strict time table; Coordinating with another construction project on site; High Efficiency Boilers Challenge: The existing boilers at a local middle school were antiquated and inefficient.  These factors led to exponentially increasing energy costs for the school. In the past, to try to fix the problems they were having with their boilers…

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