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Akron Children’s Hospital (ACH) used a non-traditional approach for the design and construction of the Kay Jewelers Pavilion (KJP) that allows the people who are going to use the building – patients and staff – to help design it.
This approach, called Integrated Project Delivery, brings everyone involved in the project together to seek input before anything is designed.
The goals of this collaborative process are to eliminate waste, cut costs, improve productivity, and create positive outcomes.
Reduced energy use by the hospital will prevent 28,618 tons of carbon dioxide from being emitted into the atmosphere each year, which is equivalent to planting 733,802 trees or installing 7.9 wind turbines or taking 6,025 cars off the road.
CCG Automation installed the WebCTRL® building automation system to help reduce the building’s energy costs as shown below:
Over the life of the building, Akron Children’s Hospital will save more than $61.8 million in utility costs.
*Compared to the National Median.
Client: Akron Children's Hospital - Kay Jewelers Pavilion
Location: Akron, Ohio
Controls Contractor: CCG Automation, Inc.
Project Type: New Construction
Building Size: 368,735 square feet
Eliminate waste; cut costs; improve staff productivity
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