Southeast Georgia Health System
Salas O’Brien commissioned the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection systems for an over 90,000-square-foot addition to the Camden campus of the Southeast Georgia Health System and renovated areas within the Camden and Brunswick campuses.
The Southeast Georgia Health System is a not-for-profit health care system that has been serving communities in southeast Georgia since its founding in 1888. The system now comprises some of the top hospitals in Georgia, and it has earned recognition and partnerships with leading national health organizations and programs.
Organization leadership chose Salas O’Brien as their commissioning partner during massive renovations and additions to the system’s Camden and Brunswick campuses. Our team was brought in to ensure that new systems and equipment were operating at maximum efficiency, and that the integration of new systems within older infrastructure was successful.
Our team commissioned all of the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection systems within the new, 91,000-square-foot addition to the Camden campus, as well as systems within the 21,000 square feet of Camden’s existing campus that was being renovated. Our work at the Camden campus also covered low-voltage systems such as the nurse call, security, data, and voice systems as well as an emergency power smoke evacuation system in the hospital’s operating rooms. On the Brunswick campus, Salas O’Brien provided building system commissioning for 26,000 square feet of renovated space. As part of the process of testing the campus’s two existing emergency generators, our team also opted to add a new generator.
Thanks to our engineers’ thorough work on this project, both the Camden and Brunswick campuses are enjoying highly efficient and reliable systems operation.