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New ICU Boosts Services at University of Utah Hospital

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Courtesy of Jacobsen Construction
The project included state-of-the-art medical booms, patient lifts and nurse call systems in patient rooms.
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2012 Award of Merit

Health Care Category

University of Utah Hospital

Medical Intensive Care Unit

Salt Lake City

Jacobsen Construction built a 15-bed intensive care unit on the fourth floor of the University of Utah Hospital. The project included state-of-the-art medical booms, patient lifts and nurse call systems in the patient rooms, as well as a conference room, break room, locker rooms, nurse stations, resident sleeping rooms and more.

One of the main components was installing structural-steel supports for the medical booms in each patient room. What should have been easy proved a big challenge when most of the steel did not fit. However, the structural steel was the key to the project's critical path. While the steel was being redesigned, Jacobsen got creative with alternative plans to keep the project moving and to meet deadlines.

Key Players

Owner: University of Utah Health Care, Salt Lake City

Architect: Architectural Nexus, Salt Lake City

General Contractor: Jacobsen Construction, Salt Lake City

Mechanical Engineer: Van Boerum & Frank Associates Inc., Salt Lake City

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