Kaiser Permanente, Kensington Medical Center Sterile Supply Room
OKKS Studios / Delta and Henry Adams completed a feasibility study and design for two separate task order projects: (1) to incorporate a new Sterile Supply Room and (2) to replace two existing steam sterilizers on the Lower Level 1 (LL1) of the KP Kensington Medical Center (Bldg 1). Kaiser Permanente initially commissioned the feasibility study to define the scope of work and determine potential constructability issues for the two separate, but related task orders. The first task is the conversion of an existing room to a new use as a Sterile Supply Room. The second task is the preparation of the existing Sterile Supply room for the installation of two new steam sterilizers and a new washer/disinfector. Both projects are located within the current Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) equipment room on LL1 of Building 1. These projects are necessary in order for the Kensington ASC to pass Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) inspection, and meet Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) and Association of Preoperative Registered Nurses (AORN) standards for sterile supply storage. Though each project is relatively simple in nature, the combined scope of the projects includes revisions involving multiple trades, including revisions to existing finishes, door hardware, mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.
|Architect||OKKS Studios / Delta|