West Los Angeles VAMC Los Angeles, CA
Contract value: $40M
ESA is providing the infrastructure upgrades for the Emergency Health Records Management (EHRM) system at West Los Angeles VA Medical Center. The project requires 2.3M feet of cat6A cable, 50,000 LF of Sumitomo fiber with nearly 20,000 cable drops. Additionally, the ESA team is working closely with LA Metro to run cables through the metro station located under the medical center. The project includes upgrades to 89 telecommunication rooms and upgrades to existing horizontal and vertical fiber backbone systems in 19 buildings. The fiber distribution hub at building 300 will be eliminated and the redistribution of fiber will originate from building 500’s MCR, utilizing new duct bank and conduit. Fiber will be upgraded to OM4 fiber along with upgraded HVAC, LED lighting, electrical power, data racks, power distribution units, uninterruptible power system, and telecom cable management systems. Temperature and humidity monitoring sensors will be installed in the telecommunication rooms.
John J. Pershing VA Medical Center, Poplar Bluff, MO
Contract value: $12.9M
ESA is providing infrastructure upgrades for the Emergency Health Records Management (EHRM) system at John J. Pershing VA Medical Center. The project requires 700K feet of cat6A cable, 1005,000 LF of OS2 single mode fiber with nearly 3.500 cable drops. The project includes upgrades to 11 telecommunication rooms and upgrades to existing horizontal and vertical fiber backbone systems in 8 buildings. A new 30' x 50' Main Server Room is being constructed in existing courtyard, 20' below the street grade. All existing equipment will be relocated to the new server room and new IT equipment will be in the new server room. CRAC Units will be installed to provide cooling for this new space. This will require daily use of a large crane to support material deliveries and removal of demolished materials. Fiber will be upgraded to OM4 fiber along with upgraded HVAC, LED Lighting, electrical power, data racks, power distribution units (PDUs), uninterruptible power systems (UPS), and telecom cable management systems. Temperature and humidity monitoring sensors will be installed in the telecommunication rooms. Approximately 95 rooms throughout the buildings will require ACM abatement under negative pressure containments.
VA Palo Alto Healthcare System, CA
Contract value: $1.8M
ESA was contracted to build a new closed-circuit television (CCTV) system to monitor and screen for suspicious activity throughout building 100 and 101 and detect unauthorized intruders. The project will be inside two connected four-story buildings. The scope of work included complete construction services to provide a CCTV system including installation of new cameras, removal and replacement of old cameras, provisioning and installing air gapped NVRs and servers in the server room, and installation of connected monitoring devices in the police dispatch station.
West Los Angeles VA Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
Contract value: $1.2M
ESA was contracted to renovate the linear accelerator room; convert a room into a control room; construct the addition of a mechanical room and data server room; and replace ceiling, flooring, and rewiring as needed. Additionally, ESA provided new lead as required; installed new air compressor, air dryer system, piping, two 2-ton HVAC units, one new dedicated fan coil unit for gantry cooling, new duct work and drywall, finishes, casework, and paint. A ceiling mounted patient lift system with a minimum carry capacity of 770 lbs. was also installed.