Healthcare and Essential Service Facility Assistance for COVID-19 Response
We will gladly share our experience and expertise to help you evaluate and modify your facilities for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Call 928-774-9040.
Your healthcare construction partner for COVID-19 response.
The emergence of COVID-19 has prompted reevaluating the requirements for modern healthcare environments. Loven Contracting is committed to addressing and ensuring mechanical, and systems infrastructure adequately align with the updated standards necessitated by the pandemic.
Our skilled local workforce allows us to promptly initiate infection control measures in hospitals and medical facilities within hours of identifying the need. We are qualified and prepared for the following task:
- Construction of negative pressure anterooms outside of patient treatment areas, including operating rooms, cath labs, interventional radiology, and patient rooms. These temporary facilities improve containment and provide healthcare personnel space to don and doff PPE.
- Containment barrier installation in key hospital departments, including but not limited to labor and delivery, emergency departments, operating rooms, ICUs, cath labs, and more.
- Enabling unimpeded operations for our clients, we offer installation after work hours, and on weekends and during night shift work hours. This is particularly useful in active hospital and medical environments and for surgical suites. Containments are customized based on owner needs and uses. For example, for current clients with emergency departments and operating rooms, our team utilized custom-made heavy-duty 20 mil plastic walls with heat-welded seams and heavy-duty zipper doors. These custom containments offer a wipeable surface and extended durability over time when compared to standard containments.
- Erection of exterior emergency response/triage centers and associated temporary traffic control barriers at emergency entrances, ranging from 1 to 2 boxes per entrance. These mobile units may be customized with interior partition walls to create patient “waiting rooms” separate from testing and with ADA-compliant entrance and exit ramps.