Buist Electric has worked on some of the largest healthcare projects in West Michigan including the $286 million-dollar Helen Devos Children’s Hospital, Metro Health Hospital’s $90 million-dollar LEED Certified Construction, and Mercy Health’s $290 million-dollar addition and renovation.
At Buist Electric, we’re in constant communication with the Construction Manager to anticipate needs, provide solutions to problems, and avoid construction delays.
Buist Electric utilizes an array of services to deliver projects on time and on budget. These include Outdoor Utilities, Communications, Building Automation, Electrical Testing, Audio/Visual, and Engineering Services.
Mercy Health is combining its Muskegon services into one facility. The 10-story addition will house a new Emergency Department, new imaging suites, 20 operating rooms (one is a hybrid) and seven floors of patient rooms. The remodeled portion of the hospital includes updated patient rooms, MRI rooms, exam rooms for outpatient care, an updated kitchen, and dining rooms.
Van Andel Institute (Phase II) was a 240,000 sq.ft. addition to the VanAndel Institute, a leader in cancer research across the country. Phase II consisted of an addition to the existing structure, while still allowing for the day-to-day operations of a fully-functional research facility.
The Helen DeVos Children’s hospital was a GMP type project that was very early in the design process at the time of bidding. This made for many assumptions on the part of our company and required a close relationship with hospital staff and design professionals.