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    Kaiser Permanente Sunset

    Los Angeles, CA


This Joint-Venture project with Murray Company was a 680,000 Sq Ft Replacement Hospital, built as four (4) stories plus a basement totaling 113,000 square feet on the old hospital site. This completes the inpatient strategy on the campus by providing 96 additional beds, a central laboratory, kitchen, and main entrance to the hospital. The 3rd and 4th floors in the Phase 2 building house two 32-bed units for a total of 64 inpatient Medical/Surgical/Telemetry beds, while the 2nd floor will house 32 observation beds for a total of 96 beds. It also consists of site development, new central utility plant, steel structure, interior build-out, and various exterior skin systems.

Pan-Pacific performed Fuel Oil work on the project installing an underground fuel tank and a Pressure Line Leak Detection (PLLD) system to perform precision leak testing at full pressure. PPM designed a program for Kaiser to apply to their existing systems that utilizes code and helps detect catastrophic leaks. Should a leak be detected at a pre-set pressure threshold, the system would shutoff power to the Submersible Turbine Pump (STP) and notify the site operator minimizing environmental damage and preventing a public safety issue. Pan-Pacific’s system includes permitting with local agencies, OSHPD coordination, overall install wiring and interconnecting panels on specific sites. The fuel scope included monitoring, installation of multiple transition sumps, heavy controls, a Master Control Panel and fuel filters for the tank.