Bringing State Of The Art Cancer Treatment To Frederick Residents
Frederick’s Rose Hill Cancer Center, located on Opossumtown Pike, now known as the James M. Stockman Cancer Institute, is a state-of-the-art center for the treatment of cancer for the residents of Frederick, Maryland, and the surrounding area.
Mechanically, the construction of this 3-story facility included more than 75,000 lbs. of sheet metal, and over 300 registers, grilles and diffusers, as well as 103 linear diffusers. Additionally, the building contains, 8 ACU’s, 3 AHU’s, 4 fans, and almost 70 VAV’s. Kaempf and Harris’ portion of the work was completed in just under one year.
Kaempf and Harris, along with Trinity (architect), Leach Wallace Associates (mechanical engineers), Gilbane (CM), Emjay (mechanical contractor), and all trades worked in unison to ensure the project was completed per the schedule. Particularly challenging were the 3 vaults, that house the (2) linear accelerators, and a brand new CyberKnife, one of the few in Maryland.
Kaempf and Harris is proud to be a part of such an important medical facility, which will serve our own families and friends here in the Frederick Community.
3-story medical facility
General Contracting Partner
Gilbane Building Company
Mechanical Contracting Partner
EMJAY Engineering and Construction Company
FMH Rose Hill, Frederick, Maryland