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  • Table of Contents Section One Company Profile Section Two Regional Profile and Services Section Three Higher Education / Science & Technology Experience Section Four Addtional Services Section Five Contact Information
  • Corporate Profile Established Smith Seckman Reid, Inc., (SSR) headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, is an 1968 engineering design and facility consulting firm. We provide a wide spectrum of consulting services related to facility and infrastructure design, operation and Offices management. We deliver services for facilities nationwide, including healthcare, 12 higher education, science and technology, research, sports and entertainment, Employees government, corrections, infrastructure, commercial and industrial clients. 550 SSR provides services related to all aspects of facility design, construction, Engineering Services maintenance, operation and management. • Civil • Communications & Our services are of the highest quality, based on the in-depth experience and Information Systems expertise of our engineers, consultants and all of our staff. • Electrical • Environmental Values • Industrial & Chemical Our values are the foundation on which SSR builds engineering relationships that • Mechanical last. Our company values include: • Plumbing & Fire Protection • Integrity and trust • Process & Automation • Responsiveness and quality service • Safety & Compliance • Environmental responsibility and good corporate citizenship • Structural • A rewarding work environment for employees • Transportation Facility Consulting Services Focus SSR delivers services for facilities • Commissioning nationwide and has a diverse portfolio of • Construction Management clients in a variety of industries: • Controls & Integration • Healthcare • Energy Advocacy • Labs and research • Regulatory Compliance & • Higher education Facilities Management • Sports and entertainment • Sustainable Design • Government Subsidiaries • Commercial SSR is the parent company of: • Industrial • SSRCx Facilities Commissioning Services • SSR Ellers Engineering Services • SSRCm Construction Management Services Denver Recognitions Nashville Knoxville • Ranked 174 by Engineering Ph Phoenix Phoenix hoenix Memphis News Record among design firms in the U.S. H Hernando Dallas • Ranked 8 by Building Design & Construction among consulting Orlando Houston engineers Tampa Fort • Ranked 23 by Consulting-Specify- Sarasota Lauderdale ing Engineer 100 Giants • 2007 ASHE Vista Award
  • Regional Profile - Southwestern Division Technically complex projects have been at the core of our business since our founding. SSR’s strong sense of ownership of projects, deep experience in delivery of healthcare and higher education design, and its ability to serve as a partner on a project and not just a consultant, creates a unique ability of providing engineering services to our clients. Higher Education University and college campuses present special challenges that stem from a budget- driven, highly departmentalized culture. Our higher education projects include health science centers, teaching laboratories, residence halls, student activity centers, mass media classrooms, remote learning facilities, interactive auditoriums, parking towers, and administrative support buildings. Such facilities must be integrated with an existing infrastructure and campus plan, and we work well with university administrators to achieve a cohesive design that takes existing development into account. Healthcare Our experiences in designing healthcare projects spans from across the country in a multitude of delivery methods; design conditions; and project scope and complexity, culminate in the sharing of these experiences for the benefit of each individual project. With the design of over $3.0 billion in healthcare construction each year and a robust training program across all offices, the format for sharing project experiences to all staff members, benefits each of our assignments. In addition to SSR’s healthcare facility design, we also provide support services in regulatory compliance, environmental health and safety, infection control, general hospital operations and utility management. At any stage in the life of our facility, we can offer a service from due diligence on purchases to commissioning on existing buildings. Southwestern Division Resources: • 140 employees backed by 550 corporately • Backlog at $35 million in construction • Experience in minor to major project renovation • Working knowledge in single to multi-building greenfield projects • 25 LEED Accredited Professionals
  • Regional Services Mechanical Engineering Fire Protection Engineering Steam Boilers Wet & Dry Sprinkler Systems Field Erected Cooling Towers Foam Systems Process Piping Carbon Dioxide Process Cooling Water Systems Hydraulic Modeling Heat Reclamation Central Refrigeration Facilities Management Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Energy Cost Reduction Plumbing Wellhead Gas Contract Negotiation Cogeneration Utility Rate Restructuring Thermal Storage Indoor Air Quality Evaluations Energy Management JCAHO Compliance Building Code Compliance Electrical Engineering ADA Compliance Power Distribution Systems Evaluation Interior and Exterior Lighting Computer Aided Facility Management Power Factor Studies Building Commissioning Telecommunication Systems Standby Power Facilities Commissioning Power Conditioning Total Facility Commissioning Uninterruptible Power Systems Sustainable Design Security Systems Retro-Commissioning Coordination Studies LEED Facilitation Programmable Logic Controls Energy Advocacy Harmonic Current Studies Power Monitoring Fault Analysis Asset Management Instrumentation/Controls with SCADA Facility Analysis Communications & Information Systems Cable Distribution Telephone Public Address Intercom Dictation MATV & CCTV Security Emergency Radio & Paging LAN & WAN
  • Higher Education / Science and Technology Experience University and college campuses present special challenges that stem from a budget- driven, highly departmentalized culture. Campus facilities must be integrated with an existing infrastructure and campus plan, and we work well with university administrators to achieve a cohesive design that takes existing development into account. Below is a list of clients we have had the opportunity to collaborate with on various projects on their campuses. Clients: Arizona State University Baylor College of Medicine Broward Community College Colorado School of Mines Colorado State University Columbia State Community College Duke University Florida Gulf Coast University Fort Lewis College Harris County Community College Kansas University Meharry Medical College Miami Dade Community College Middle Tennessee State University Northwestern University Palm Beach Community College Rice University State University System of Florida Tennessee State University Texas A&M University University of Alabama - Birmingham University of Colorado University of Denver University of Houston University of Kentucky University of Memphis University of Miami University of Michigan Health System University of Nevada University of North Carolina University of Northern Colorado University of Tennessee University of Texas - Health Science Center University of Texas - M.D. Anderson Cancer Center University of Texas System University of Wyoming Vanderbilt University Western State College
  • Project Experience - Higher Education Rice University Humanities Building Houston, Texas Project Type Summary New Construction This 3-story building is part of the historical district on the Rice campus. It was set in place to be integral part of the mature campus quadrangle. The building includes Owner classrooms, video-conference classroom, conference rooms, offices, a lounge and Rice University a grand staircase. The building is connected to campus utility tunnel system on a highly constrained site. Project Cost $12 million It integrates technologically advanced teaching facilities and was coordinated to implement audio-visual, data, and telecommunications systems. Project Size 45,000 sf Project Completion October 2000
  • Project Experience - Higher Education Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center The Messer-Racz International Pain Center Lubbock, Texas Project Type Summary New Construction On a site adjacent to the Clinical Research Tower / Research Center will be The International Pain Institute. This donor funded facility will provide space for treatment Owner and research for patients with chronic pain. Patients with implanted pumps will Texas Tech University Health Sciences be able to have them refilled during routine visits by the on site pharmacy. SSR Center performed Mechanical, Plumbing and Fire Protection for this project. Project Cost $3.8 million Project Size 12,950 sf Project Completion June 2008
  • Project Experience - Higher Education Vanderbilt University Law School Building Nashville, Tennessee Project Type Summary Addition and Renovation This project included approximately 65,000 square feet of additions - state of the art classrooms organized for the Socratic teaching method, computer rooms, new Owner faculty and administrative office and support areas, student study and lounge areas Vanderbilt University and computer classrooms. Approximately 100,000 square feet of existing facility was Project Cost renovated, upgrading mechanical, sprinkler and fire alarm systems, administration, $16 million faculty and student spaces and the library. Project Size 65,000 gsf - Addition 100,000 gsf - Renovation Project Completion 2001
  • Project Experience - Higher Education Western State College Hurst Hall Addition and Renovation Gunnison, Colorado Project Type Summary Addition and Renovation A new 3-level addition of 43,000 square feet on the southeast side of Hurst Hall and complete renovation of 35,611 sf in Hurst Hall for a total of 78,626 sf. The new Owner 3-level addition includes space for teaching facilities that integrate laboratory and Western State College lecture hall with state-of-the-art multi-media capabilities. The new addition also includes laboratory support facilities, student/faculty independent study / research Project Cost areas, and office space. The renovated portion provides teaching laboratories and $7 million associated science spaces for Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics programs. Project Size 43,000 sf Project Completion 2000
  • Project Experience - Higher Education Western State College Borick Business Building Gunnison, Colorado Project Type Summary New Construction The new, two-story, Borick Business Center at Western State College of Colorado is specifically created to house Business, Accounting, and Economic Departments. Owner Western State College Borick Business Building is the only building on a public campus in Colorado to be funded entirely by private donations. Named in honor of WSC Economics Project Cost graduate, Steven J Borick, this new 23,690 square feet building is the new home $6.1 million for the Business, Accounting, and Economics Departments. The facility offers tiered classrooms and case rooms, a computer lab, seminar rooms, conference rooms, Project Size and faculty offices. The building takes advantage of extensive light harvesting, 23,690 gsf reduced water consumption, an anticipated 40% energy consumption savings, as well as heavy use of local and recycled materials which has awarded it LEED Silver Project Completion certification. December 2007
  • Science & Technology Market SSR provides a full range of engineering services to science and technology clients across the United States. Our projects work for scores of colleges and universities as well as pharmaceutical, biotechnology and private research concerns. Our experienced staff provides a wide range of services to clients with major data processing centers, call centers, and various “state of the art” buildings and facilities. Clients: Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Mercy Hospital Childrens National Medical Center Colorado School of Mines Drug Enforcement Administration Fort Lewis College GAMBRO Laboratories GeneMedicine, Inc. Greenville Health System Greenville Memorial Hospital Hanover Hospital HealthPark, Inc. Meharry Medical College Memorial Hermann Healthcare System Memorial Hospital Memphis Zoo & Aquarium Montgomery County Hospital District National Aeronautics & Space Administration National Institutes of Health Oak Ridge National Laboratory Palm Beach Community College Rice University Scott & White Shell Chemical Company St. Luke’s Episcopal Hosptial & University of Texas Health Sciences State of North Carolina State of Tennessee Tanox Biosystems Texas A&M University Texas Heart Institute, Denton A. Cooley Building The Methodist Hospital Research Institute University of Alabama at Birmingham University of Kentucky University of Miami University of North Carolina University of Texas School of Allied Health Sciences University of Wyoming Vanderbilt University Vanderbilt University Medical Center West Central Ohio Regional Healthcare Alliance Western State College
  • Project Experience - Science & Technology Aims Community College Health Sciences Classroom Building Greeley, Colorado Project Type Summary New Construction This new 3-story, 69,000 square foot flagship building includes technologically enhanced laboratories, classrooms, offices, and common areas. Owner Aims Community College The facility supports ten academic programs including: Nursing, Certified Nurse Aide, Surgical Technology, Radiological Technology, Emergency Medical Services, Project Cost Medical Assisting, and Natural Sciences including Chemistry, Biology, Physics, $13.2 million Anatomy, and Physiology. Project Size The cutting edge laboratories are designed as interchangeable simulated working 69,000 sf environments, such as an emergency room, the back of an ambulance, and a typical home, where first responders typically find themselves assisting patients. Project Completion 2007
  • Project Experience - Science & Technology Children’s Mercy Hospital Medical Research Building and Outpatient Clinic Kansas City, Missouri Project Type Summary New Construction This 9-story addition to an existing parking garage will house a medical research facility and outpatient clinic located on the north end of the Children’s Mercy Hospital Owner Hill site. It is home of the hospital’s Pediatric Research Center which is dedicated Children’s Mercy Hospital to improving the health of newborns, infants and children with new medications and treatments. This project is continuing the expansion for the hospital as it strives to Project Cost become the #1 Pediatric facility in the U.S. $115 million Project Size 365,000 sf Project Completion Estimated 2010
  • Project Experience - Science & Technology Colorado School of Mines General Research Laboratories & Geology Museum Golden, Colorado Project Type Summary New Construction Mechanical and electrical engineering services for a new General Research Laboratory Building at the Colorado School of Mines. The focus of the building is Owner to provide new research program space for different departments and scientists. Colorado School of Mines The lab space has been designed to be shell space and will be finished out as researchers are brought to the campus to join the CSM faculty. The building Project Cost is designed to be capable of accommodating a broad range of lab uses in the $12 million future, from wet labs, to electronic dry labs, to high bay labs. Laboratory systems (fume hood exhaust, lab gases, purified water and piping systems) are stubbed at Project Size appropriate levels and will be tapped into as required by future occupants. In addition 13,000 sf (Museum space) to new flexible research space, this building will also house the Geology Museum and 40,000 sf (laboratory space / support) a conference room. Project Completion 2002
  • Project Experience - Science & Technology Fort Lewis College Science/ Lab Additions to Berndt Hall Durango, Colorado Project Type Summary New Construction Mechanical and electrical design of a new 36,000 square foot research and teaching chemistry laboratory and office addition to the existing Berndt Hall. Mechanical Owner design includes a new chiller plant, boiler plant, fume hood, and laboratory exhaust Fort Lewis College systems, makeup air system, and heat recovery system. Electrically, the design includes a new primary transformer, manhole, and modifications to the campus Project Cost primary power loop. The lighting design is state-of-the-art in energy efficiency with $5 million the application of daylighting. The fire alarm system will be incorporated into the new campus-wide fiber optic network. The entire electrical system is designed to Project Size comply with the latest building codes and energy efficiency criteria. All systems are 36,000 sf designed to meet current energy and indoor air quality guidelines. Project Completion 2002
  • Project Experience - Science & Technology University of Texas Medical Branch John Sealy Hospital Galveston, Texas Project Type Summary Renovation Renovation of the John Sealy Hospital Tower for use as general clinical research laboratory space. Owner University of Texas Medical Branch Project Cost $1.5 million Project Size 13,500 sf Project Completion 2001
  • Project Experience - Science & Technology Rice University Keith-Weiss Geological Lab Renovation Houston, Texas Project Type Summary Renovation A a 1950’s lab building, SSR was hired to completely re-engineer the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing for this 3-story building. Complete renovation of the third Owner floor was designed to allow future renovation of the first and second floors and Rice University upgrade the building infrastructure. Project Cost $15.5 million Project Size 51,000 sf Project Completion 2001
  • Project Experience - Science & Technology Texas Heart Institute at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital Denton A. Cooley Building Houston, Texas Project Type Summary New Construction The ten-story, 327,000 square-feet building adjacent to St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, contains the full spectrum of cardiovascular services. The building includes 12 cardiac Owner operating rooms, 3 floors of critical care patient beds, research labs, education, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital telemedicine center, and a 500-seat auditorium facility. The facility provides critical Texas Heart Institute laboratory space for state-of-the-art research in gene therapy, heart transplants, and assistance devices, as well as a research center to facilitate improved programs for Project Cost the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease. The new BSL-2 & BSL-3 $68 million biomedical research laboratories and vivarium are located on two levels of this 10-story facility. The building also served as the temporary home for the Brown Foun- Project Size dation Institute of Molecular Medicine for the Prevention of Human Disease (IMM) 325,000 sf while Fayez S. Sarofim Research Building was under construction at the UT Health Sciences Center. The project team of three architecture firms, two owners, and Project Completion a general contractor was awarded the 2003 Grand Award for institutional construction 2002 by Building Design & Construction magazine.
  • Project Experience - Science & Technology The Methodist Hospital Fondren Building Renovations, Floors 5, 6, & 7 Houston, Texas Project Type Summary Renovation Supported by NIH grants earmarked for advanced biomedical research, four floors of the building were completely renovated to support Methodist’s mission to Owner advance the understanding of biological systems, improve disease control, facilitate The Methodist Hospital breakthrough research, and attract top scientists. New state-of-the-art facilities were Project Cost designed with modular and adaptable open spaces that feature movable casework, $11,300,000 to facilitate close interaction between laboratories and collaboration among scientists. The project included autoclave/glassware wash, dark room, cold and environmental Project Size rooms, freezers and supply storage. SSR designed the HVAC system to save energy 80,000 sf costs and reduce the size of the physical plant. Project Completion July 2005
  • Project Experience - Science & Technology Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Clinical Tower and Research Center Lubbock, Texas Project Type Summary New Construction & Renovation While the primary goal is to consolidate all clinical care into one patient friendly building, the new Clinical Tower/Research Center at the Texas Tech University Owner Health Sciences Center will also unify the existing buildings and create a focal point Texas Tech University Health Sciences for this West Texas campus. The project consists of approximately 165,000 square Center feet of new construction and 25,000 square feet of renovated space in the existing Health Sciences Center. Project Cost $26 million The building is designed to celebrate the natural beauty of West Texas and “to pull the outside in and the inside out”. To emphasize the dramatic terrain and take Project Size advantage of the natural light, the building will be oriented to the north. Expansive 165,000 gsf - New Construction glass walls with overhangs, sunscreens, and fritted glass to reduce heat will create 25,000 gsf - Renovation a space that is energy efficient. Project Completion 2007
  • Project Experience - Science & Technology Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science Nashville, Tennessee Project Type Summary New Construction The VUISS houses a new $7 million, 7-tesla magnet, which is one of the most powerful in the world and one of only seven or eight in the U.S. To be shielded Owner with 400 metric tons of steel, the magnet, which was installed on the ground floor, Vanderbilt University establishes Vanderbilt as a world leader in imaging science and be used in medical research for near-term identification of therapies and cures for diseases. The four- Project Cost story, concrete-frame facility brings all of the university’s current activities in imaging $26,700,000 research under one roof and will provide cutting-edge research space for 18 faculty members and more than 40 grad students and post-doctoral fellows in biomedical Project Size science, engineering, and physics. Three existing magnets and other imaging 42,000 sf systems used in animal studies moved to the second floor, which also houses a new vertical-bore magnet for nonhuman primate research on many aspects of brain Project Completion chemistry, structure, and function. 2006 Service Provided MEP and IT engineering
  • Higher Education / Science & Technology Team Members Carl A. Crow, PE Vice President, Principal in Charge Summary Vice President/Principal-In-Charge; responsible for managing a group of multidisciplined design teams with multiple projects including Project Managers, Engineers, and Engineering Technicians to insure the client’s goals are met. Daily participation in development of new clients and markets, maintaining existing client relationships and negotiation of fees, as well as general staff management. Technical resource for design functions from conceptual design through construction. Thomas M. Divine, PE Project Manager / Senior Electrical Engineer Summary Project management of Education, Science and Technology design projects including client/owner contact, fee negotiations, and architectural/MEP project coordination and engineering team management. Senior Electrical Engineer responsible for design of electrical support systems, lighting systems, emergency power systems, and power distribution.
  • Communication Services Our approach to communications and technology design begins with architectural design and carries through construction to ensure on-time completion of low voltage systems for healthcare, higher education and sports and entertainment facilities. Fully integrated with mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems from project inception, our designs have a record of demonstrated savings due to: • Multi-disciplinary teams of professionals with engineering and IT expertise and an understanding of the construction process • Innovative design solutions to reduce facility operations costs • Unbiased equipment and system information for better decision making for each individual project • Proactive communications to keep you informed at every step of the project • Responsiveness that ensures sure quick resolution of any issues that arise Our role as your advocate continues through all phases of the project. Clients: Arizona Spine and Joint Hospital Central Dupage Hospital Children’s Medical Center of Dallas Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital CHRISTUS St. Catherine Hospital CHRISTUS St. Frances Cabrini Hospital CHRISTUS St. Joseph Hospital Collom & Carney Clinic Columbus Children’s Hospital Cook Children’s Medical Center Exempla Lutheran Medical Center Georgetown Memorial Hospital Harris County Hospital District Hillcrest Heart Pavilion Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Littleton Adventist Hospital Medical City Dallas Hospital Orthopedic & Spine Surgical Hospital of South Texas Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital Providence Memorial Hospital Scott & White Memorial Hospital St. Anthony Central Hospital St. Davids Medical Center St. Francis Medical Center St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital Texas Children’s Hospital The Children’s Mercy Hospital The Johns Hopkins Hospital The Methodist Hospital Thibodaux Regional Medical Center University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center University of Texas Health Science Center
  • Project Experience - Communications St. Francis Medical Center Replacement Hospital Colorado Springs, Colorado Project Type Summary New Construction Design, integration planning, and management of full medical communications systems package for replacement hospital with a full range of services. Owner Centura Health Systems Project Cost Voice / Data MATV / CATV $120 million Nurse Call / Code Blue Structured Cabling Staff Locating Physiological Monitoring Project Size Patient Tracking Telemetry 425,000 sf Overhead Paging / Intercom Radios / Antennas Project Completion Access Control / CCTV / Panic Alarms Infant Protection 2008 Audio / Visual MDF Synchronized Clocks Low Voltage Rooms
  • Project Experience - Communications Wise Regional Replacement Facility Replacement Hospital Decatur, Texas Project Type Summary New Construction Design and integration planning of full medical communications systems package for new freestanding replacement hospital with a basement floor and 5 floors above Owner grade with a full range of services including a 4,000 sf emergency department which Wise Regional Health System is a 35 foot bay consisting of 12 more treatment spaces. Project Cost $54 million Systems Voice/Data Nurse Call/Code Blue Project Size Data center Network/Telecom Closet-IDF 166,670 sf Intercom Time clocks Project Completion MATV/CATV PBX expansion 2006 Public address Cabling for: Television System Infrastructure Physiological Monitoring Infant Protection System Glucometers Security Systems/CCTV PACS
  • Project Experience - Communications Memorial Hermann Healthcare System Katy Hospital Katy, Texas Project Type Summary New Construction The 126 bed replacement hospital will include patient diagnostic and treatment services, radiology, surgery, emergency room, labor/delivery room, conference Owner room, administrative, and support services. Elements of the project will also Memorial Hermann Healthcare System comprise a central plant, penthouse, nurse call system, and surface parking to Project Cost support the hospital and 120,000 square foot Professional Office Building. This $63 million hospital was the first on-line with the new Dukane Telligence system, in the country. Project Size Systems 300,000 sf Voice/Data Network/Telecom Closet-IDF Intercom Time clocks Project Completion MATV/CATV MER, CER to PBX 2006 Public address Cabling for: Television System Infrastructure Physiological Monitoring Infant Protection System Glucometers Security Systems/CCTV PACS Nurse Call/Code Blue Telecom Space Design
  • Project Experience - Communications The Johns Hopkins Hospital New Clinical Towers Baltimore, Maryland Project Type Summary New Construction Comprehensive planning, design, and specification of low voltage systems for new clini- cal towers. The cardiovascular and critical care tower will contain an estimated 913,000 Owner sf and the children’s hospital 560,000 sf. The cardiovascular and critical care tower will Johns Hopkins Medical Institute support current and future technologies and techniques for surgical, interventional and Project Cost emergency procedures as well as critical and acute patient care. It will house the new $500 million Johns Hopkins Heart Institute. The children’s hospital will be a state-of-the-art facility, with all the best that current technology has to offer and the flexibility to expand to meet Project Size tomorrow’s discoveries. The new facility will maintain its current status as the designated 1,473,000 sf pediatric trauma center for the state of Maryland. Project Completion Systems 2009 Voice / Data Radio & Entertainment Systems Patient Monitoring CATV / MATV Wireless LAN RFID / Personnel & Asset tracking Wireless Telephone Telemedicine Internal Cellular Video Conferencing Pocket Page Audio / Video Presentation Systems Computing Devices Nurse Call / Code Blue
  • Regulatory Compliance & Facilities Management Our regulatory compliance and facilities management team provides the following services: • Life Safety Codes Plan Analysis • TJC EC Survey Preparation with the Continuous Compliance Cycle Program • TJC Statement of Conditions™ • TJC Mock Surveys and Consultations • Education • Facilities Engineering • Building Maintenance Program (BMP) • TJC Survey Preparation • Periodic Performance Review • Infection Control Risk Assessments
  • Commissioning SSRCx LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. that offers client-centered, high-quality services resulting in first class facilities and lasting relationships with builders and owners across the country. For hospitals, high-tech research labs, and other complex buildings, SSRCx has the experience and proven track record to get building systems operating as designed. SSRCx provides the following services: • Total Facility Commissioning • Sustainable Design • Retro-Commissioning • LEED Facilitation • Energy Advocacy • Power Monitoring • Asset Management • Facility Analysis Clients: American Heart Association Boone County Hospital Facility Survey Case Western Reserve Celentano School CHS Alta Vista Hospital Cleveland Clinic Heart Center Coliseum Medical Center Dekalb Medical Center at Hillandale Effingham Hospital Facility Survey Gibson Area Hospital & Health Services Facility Survey Greenville Memorial Hospital HCA Medical Center of Plano HealthSouth Medical Center Johnson & Wales University Lexington Medical Center Marshall County Hospital Facility Survey Marshall Medical Center Massachusetts General Hospital MD Anderson Cancer Center Off Site Data Center The Medical Center Metropolitan Health The Miriam Hospital Northeast Methodist Hospital Northwestern Memorial Hospital Phoenix Children’s Hospital Prince Welsh School St. Joseph’s Children’s Rehab Hospital St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital St. Mary’s Good Samaritan Hospital Texas A&M University Texas Tech University University of Alabama-Birmingham Vanderbilt University Medical Center Vanderbilt University More detailed information on SSRCx is available at
  • Contact SSR Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. Houston 10205 Westheimer Suite 300 Houston, Texas 77042-3139 (800) 856-8211 Contact: Carl A. Crow PE Email: Other offices in Southwest Division: Dallas 3710 Rawlins Street Suite 1420 Dallas, Texas 75219-4296 (214) 765-6573 Denver 4725 South Monaco Suite 200 Denver, Colorado 80237-3468 (303) 779-1222 Phoenix 3300 North Central Avenue Suite 2320 Phoenix, Arizona 85012-2519 (602) 604-6350 Corporate Headquarters: Nashville 2995 Sidco Drive Nashville, Tennessee 37204-3701 (800) 545-6732