Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) October 11, 2011
Alcatex, Inc. was recently selected as an equipment provider of the new Parkland Hospital Central Utility Plant (CUP) on the Parkland Hospital campus in Dallas,Texas. Construction on the plant began in July of 2011 and is estimated to be able to provide utility service to the hospital by December, 2012. Alcatex will be providing high quality, efficient equipment to support Parkland Hospital’s focus on efficient energy management.
The Parkland Hospital construction project was started earlier this year with a goal of being fully occupied with patients by the year 2014. The Parkland Hospital system has been known as one of the best hospitals in America for more than decade; the construction for the new site is one of the largest health-care projects in the history of the state.
The main role for Parkland Hospital Central Utility Plant is to provide a diversified and efficient approach to managing crucial utility expenses; focused on minimizing costs and maximizing savings options. Parkland is also building this new Central Utility Plant as a measure to safeguard the hospital and patients against potentially long power outages caused by natural disasters or other unexpected occurrences. Providing reliable back-up power in times of emergency to the new projected 17 story Parkland Hospital is imperative.
Alcatex, Inc. will provide an array of equipment that will support the Central Utility Plant. This portion of the project was awarded through the Texas Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Program. Alcatex is a HUB certified, woman-owned business. Alcatex’s impressive client list serviced in the past ten years is a clear indicator of the company's value in the industry. Major insurance providers, police stations, cities, colleges, government agencies, hospitals and corporations rely on Alcatex. Parkland Hospital will be joining Coca Cola, T-Mobile, Micron Technologies, Farmers Insurance and Baylor Medical Center as one of their more notable clients.