The Lexington Clinic
The New Lexington Clinic is a 114,500-square-foot facility to replace the existing aging clinic. The facility included clinical exam rooms, procedure rooms, pathology, general labs, a pharmacy with compounding clean rooms, and a radiology department with multiple X-ray rooms, (2) MRI suites, PET scan, CT scan, Fluoroscopy, and nuclear medicine.
The design included a full IT suite with computer room air conditioning, power conditioners, UPS systems, elevated floors, and underfloor water detection.
Refrigerators throughout the facility were monitored for failure by the building automation system. Emergency generator and equipment branch service provided backup power to IT services and critical radiology, laboratory, and pharmacy systems.
- Eight (8) chilled/hot water air handling units, primarily supporting variable air volume systems. One air handling unit was a 100% outside air unit serving Pathology and utilizing face and bypass dampers.
- Three (3) energy recovery units
- Local HEPA Filtration of radiology waiting rooms
- Redundant Liebert computer room air conditioning and humidification units for the central IT Rack Room.
- High-efficiency condensing gas-fired central boiler system.
- Air-cooled chiller plant with primary-secondary pumping distribution
- Stormwater effluent pumping for excess groundwater handling
- Emergency Responder radio frequency enhancement system
- Data Fiber optic distribution
- Pharmacy Compounding cleanroom HVAC systems
- LED Lighting throughout
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501 Darby Creek Rd., Suite #31
Lexington, Kentucky 40509