Decommissioning with OSHPD Code Application Notice
ETC can help you assess your level of compliance with all state and federal accessibility requirements and guidelines. Using a systematic facility review, ETC will inspect your facility and provide you with a report identifying opportunities and options for compliance, along with budget costs for each item. We can also develop an implementation plan that considers capital budgets and concurrent projects.
ETC Building & Design is experienced in the decommissioning of hospital buildings in accordance with OSHPD Code Application Notice (CAN)
1-6-22.214.171.124.4. As a design-build firm, ETC is perfectly positioned to assist hospital owners in removing acute care services from
non-compliant buildings. ETC’s approach begins with thorough field investigation of existing conditions and documentation of findings,
followed by development of proposed solutions for presentation to OSHPD.
Decommissioning, which involves the separation and isolation of utility systems, is readily achieved through ETC’s design-build approach
utilizing in-house plumbing and mechanical field resources, in conjunction with valued electrical subcontractor and MEP engineering
partners. ETC’s experience in decommissioning and established rapport with OSHPD directly benefits clients by streamlining results and controlling costs.
St. Bernadine Medical Center
St. Mary's Medical Center Long Beach
Glendale Memorial Hospital