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Riverside Neuroscience Institute

Columbus, OH


400,000 sqft

Scope of Work

Mid-City was the technologies contractor for the low voltage cabling portion of the Riverside Methodist Hospital Neuroscience Institute. An expansion to OhioHealth’s Riverside campus, the OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital Neuroscience Center project creates a hub for neuroscience care in the region. Using an interdisciplinary approach, the institute brings together neuroscience, vascular, and heart experts in one convenient facility through patient-centered care. This project is part of the cardiac and neuroscience patient tower, which includes 224 private beds, linear accelerator, MRIs, interventional radiology, operating rooms, CT rooms, and outpatient clinics, among other hospital components. Mid-City’s low voltage components encompassed structured cabling, which is made up of security cabling, access control cabling, sound and audio cabling, voice and data backbone cabling, nurse call systems, and telecommunications room equipment. Prefabbed devices for this project include mechanical racking systems and low voltage sleeves. Additionally, we created all of the above-ceiling nurse call boxes as well as. Total, Mid-City installed 1.3 million feet of fiber and copper cable, approximately 7,000 data ports, and 296 wireless access points. The hospital has 20 AER rooms, 20 TR rooms, one secondary equipment room, and one central public address system with 20 amplifiers. The Riverside Methodist Hospital Neuroscience Institute reached completion in 2015.


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