July 9, 2015, 2:22 pm

Project Profile: Grand Lake Mental Health Center

Economy was a big concern for Grand Lake Mental Health Center, Inc. (GLMHC) when it decided to transform a 20,000-square-foot bar and dance club into its eighth clinic in northeast Oklahoma. The challenge was finding an HVAC system that could provide the patient privacy and comfort essential to health and wellness facilities and deliver cost savings. Our R2-Series VRF system was the obvious solution.

“A risk in a therapeutic environment, where return air systems are tied together, is that voices carry,” says Larry Smith, GLMHC’s chief operating officer. The minimal ductwork of our system allows for privacy. The technology is zoned to optimize both comfort and cost savings, allowing GLMHC to control the temperatures throughout the facility based on the activity in each area. Patients undergoing exams in one part of the facility can be kept warm while patients working out can be kept cool. The system is also able to keep the on-site pharmacy’s medicine cool, despite the surrounding heat-producing equipment. Any area not in use can be shut off entirely to avoid unneeded cooling and heating.

Read the full case study to learn why Smith says our system is “the ideal design for integrated care.”

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