Federal Contractor Completes Chiller Plant at DC Veterans Hospital
WASHINGTON, DC, November 03, 2020 — Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain (HPC), a federal general contractor, and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), headquartered in Waldorf, MD, announced earlier this month the completion of a multi-million dollar contract with the DC VA Medical Center optimizing building HVAC performance. In addition to this, HPC received multiple renovation contracts with both the Baltimore and DC VA Medical Centers totaling over $10 million dollars.
HPC completed the installation of a prefabricated modular chiller plant at the DC VA Medical Center earlier this month. This project is expected to optimize cooling performance throughout Building 1 of the medical campus. HPC conducted Value Engineering for this project, which in turn allowed the VA to purchase 2 stand alone 1750KVA generators to power the entire Chiller plant. In addition to these cost-saving measures, HPC was able to retain the existing power sources for the new equipment.
Earlier this month, the DC VA awarded HPC a multi-million dollar contract to renovate and expand the DC VA Medical Center Emergency Department. The project, which is expected to span three phases, will enable a greater number of patients to receive critical care during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.
Paul Hamilton, Executive Vice President of HPC, said of the recent completions and awards, “Working closely with the DC VA Medical Center has helped us create a better place for veterans. Both optimizing cooling in Building 1 and expanding the emergency department will no doubt create an enhanced experience for both medical workers and critical patients.”
Maryland Contractor Unveils New COVID ICU for Veterans
WASHINGTON, DC, May 21, 2020– Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain (HPC), a general contractor headquartered in Waldorf, MD, recently completed the construction of an isolation unit within the Baltimore VAMC. The project, which was part of a federal undertaking to combat the spread of COVID-19, was an emergency project which was completed within 35 days of project development.
The isolation unit will also act as an intensive care unit for veterans battling the novel coronavirus. The unit will enable medical experts to safely treat patients without risking the spread of the virus to veterans attending the VAMC for routine treatments. HPC has taken the necessary protective measures to ensure its team are protected during the renovation process through the use of N95 face masks and various other forms of PPE.
Griffin Hamilton, HPC’s President, said of the project, “We are honored to have built this for our veterans. To have a safe place specifically for the treatment of this virus will undoubtedly help so many people in these very uncertain times. Our team has worked tirelessly to ensure the timely completion of this very important project.”
In addition to the Baltimore COVID unit, HPC has recently been awarded multiple federal contracts for national cemeteries and VAMCs across the country. To learn more about HPC’s work with VAMCs or national cemeteries across the USA, please visit www.hpcvet.com