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Mayo Clinic Hospital – Proton Treatment Facility

Proton Treatment Facility (PTF) and Phoenix Campus Advancement Project (PCAP) Facility

LOCATION OF PROJECT: Phoenix, Arizona
START DATE: 2012 – Summer
COMPLETION DATE: In Construction – 2015 Completion Date
OWNER: Mayo Clinic
CONTRACT WITH: Hunt Construction, Inc.
ARCHITECT: AECOM Ellerbe Becket – Minneapolis, MN
ENGINEER: AECOM Ellerbe Becket – Minneapolis, MN
ORIGINAL PTF BUDGET: $ 7,442,000
ORIGINAL PCAP SHELL BUDGET: $ 9,691,000
ORIGINAL PCAP TI BUDGET: $ 12,000,000

Description of Project

The Mayo Proton Treatment Facility is a state of the art, 168,000 SF cancer treatment facility which utilizes proton-beam therapy to attack rare cancers as well as more common diseases such as prostate and lung cancer. Studies show that proton beam therapy is an effective treatment for certain types of pediatric -patients cancers-such as brain cancer and sarcoma, as well as tumors on body parts where precision is required, such as the eye and spine. The protons used in the therapy are extracted from hydrogen atoms, zapped into a particle accelerator and sent through a series of magnets that help control and direct the beam of protons. From there, the protons are funneled to a 150.ton, three-story machine called a gantry.The mechanical and plumbing systems in the facility include four (4) custom air handlers with 150,000 cfm of air delivery, ductwork and distribution as well as chilled water and heating hot water. The proton beam equipment is cooled through a stainless steel chilled water loop connected to the gantry. The plumbing systems for this facility included complete medical gas systems (vacuum, nitrogen, oxygen, medical air, CO2, N2O) with standard plumbing installations as required in a healthcare facility (roof drains, soil, waste and vent system, domestic cold and hot water, soft hot water, RO).

The 225,000 square foot PCAP building includes doctors’ offices, exam rooms and operating rooms, and a mechanical floor roughly one-and-a-half times the height of a normal occupied floor. The mechanical and plumbing systems in the facility include four (4) custom air handlers with 400,000 cfm of air delivery, ductwork and distribution as well as chilled water and heating hot water. The plumbing systems for this facility included complete medical gas systems (vacuum, nitrogen, oxygen, medical air, CO2, N2O) with standard plumbing installations as required in a healthcare facility (roof drains, soil, waste and vent system, domestic cold and hot water, soft hot water, RO).

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