Stainless Steel Medical Pass Through Doors
A Press Release from January:
Acutech LLC has recently started a fabrication project working for the Kalispell Regional Medical Center remodel. Kalispell Regional Medical Center (KRMC) began a renovation in January of 2011, looking to the future of medical technology and science for the Flathead Valley. KRMC wanted to keep up with advances in technology and the rapidly growing population of Kalispell and the surrounding area. Not only did they undertake a remodeling project on the existing hospital, they also added on several wings to expand capabilities. Part of this addition includes a patient tower with up-to-date surgical operating suites, additional office space, and a shelled space to eventually be turned into expanded emergency services area. Overall, with the new additions the hospital is well over 300,000 square feet.
Acutech was excited to be a part of the new project, working with hospital planning teams to fabricate stainless steel surgery tables and operating room pass through cabinets for state-of-the-art operating rooms.
Acutech is located in Columbia Falls, Montana, just west of Glacier National Park, which is only a 30 minute drive from KRMC. This project is one of many large scale productions that Acutech has been a part of- the premiere facilities offer water jet cutting, laser cutting, CNC plasma cutting, a CNC machine shop and a full service metal fabrication shop. It is a one stop shop, taking projects from the design stage through precision cutting, machining, and fabrication. Acutech offers a solution as part of a supply chain for many manufacturing companies across a wide spectrum of industries- producing parts for firearm manufacturing, aerospace, UAV, structural steel components, car racing teams, oil and gas production, oil field rig mats, alternative energy-generating plants, mil spec hardware, and a numerous amount of other professions. KRMC team members were able to be a part of the entire process- from designing to fit their unique specifications, to approving the metal finish. Even though it was a large scale metal fabrication and precision CNC cutting production, the hospital was able to see every part of the process and participate actively in it.