EMCOR subsidiary Hyre Electric contracted for Indiana medical center's cabling, electrical footprint

May 19, 2010
In addition to large-scale electric utilities, Hyre Electric will be responsible for deploying low voltage distribution, voice/data structured cabling, paging, CCTV, and emergency access control systems.

NORWALK, Conn. -- EMCOR Group, Inc. (NYSE: EME) announced that its Hyre Electric subsidiary has been awarded a contract for the installation of electrical systems for expansion and renovation of the Emergency Department at St. Mary's Medical Center in Hobart, Indiana.

Hyre Electric will be responsible for the installation of electrical systems required for the project at St. Mary's Medical Center, including the addition of a generator, switchgear and transfer switches, medium voltage transformers, and cabling. Hyre Electric will also be responsible for low voltage distribution switchgear and panel boards, voice/data structured cabling, paging systems, CCTV Systems, access control systems, and nurse call and code blue systems.

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The expansion and renovation of the hospital's Emergency Department will increase capacity from 14 to 24 rooms and will include a 24-hour security service with a waiting room and information center. Two triage rooms, one trauma room and radiology room will be added, and the existing Emergency Department will be remodeled to match the new addition. Bedside ultrasound machines and electronic medical records will be utilized in all treatment rooms.

"We are excited to be working again for St. Mary's Medical Center on a sophisticated and important expansion," said Thomas Corsiglia, President and CEO of Hyre Electric. "This systems rich project, requiring that a host of mission critical electrical systems be installed and perform to exacting specifications, optimally leverages our capabilities; at the same time, it allows us to serve the community by helping to provide an enduring and vital resource."

More info:

www.EMCORGroup.com

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