Join your ISHE colleagues Thursday, February 27th at Witham Health for a presentation on their emergency paralleling gear and addition project followed by a tour.
The event runs from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at Witham Health, 2605 N Lebanon St., Lebanon, IN 46052. Register now.
Thanks to Meyer Najem Construction for sponsoring this event.
Overview: Witham Paralleling Gear and Addition
Witham took the initiative to protect its patients in the event of a catastrophic power shutdown or outage. The Paralleling Gear is state of the art protection.
The Paralleling Gear project is a critical part of Witham Hospital’s electrical back up system. The paralleling gear is providing an additional measure of redundancy and security to the facility. This equipment will allow the hospital to operate without utility power feed for weeks. Witham no longer must worry about outages caused by maintenance or worse, a natural disaster.
Ryan Soots, Senior Project Manager for Meyer Najem Construction
Ryan Soots joined Meyer Najem Construction in 2014. He has worked in Municipal, High Education and Healthcare markets throughout his career. He is responsible for all aspects of the project from conception to completion.
Jack Hollingsworth, Principal Architect at Array Architecture and Interior Designs
Jack Hollingsworth founded Array Architecture + interiors in 2012. Jack has over 30 years of architecture experience, 20+ years in healthcare. Jack has provided healthcare designs that exceed the owner’s expectations and allow these facilities to service their community.
Ricky D. Ray, CHFM, CHM – Director of Plant Operations for Witham Health Services
Ricky Ray joined Witham Health Services in 2008. Ricky has 32 years of Facility Management experience, 16 years in healthcare and is an active board member of The Indiana Society for Healthcare Engineering. He is responsible for Plant Operations, Maintenance, Security, Compliance as well as works closely with GC and Architectural firms on construction projects design, implementation and completion.
Register now. This event is free to ISHE members, $75 for non-member healthcare facility staff, and $295 for non-member suppliers. ISHE membership is the same as these costs ($75 for healthcare facility engineers, $295 for associate/supplier members – includes up to 3 individuals per associate member company). So if you are not yet a member, we recommend that you first join ISHE and get all of the benefits of membership, including free registration for this event!