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M.C. Dean, Inc. Awarded Contract for Electrical Services at Atlanta VA Medical Center
Date:12/16/2008

Firm to Upgrade Electrical Infrastructure at VA Medical Center

ATLANTA, Dec. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- M.C. Dean, Inc., one of the nation's premier providers of full lifecycle services for electrical and electronic systems, announced that it has been selected by the United States Army Corps of Engineers to perform a multi-million dollar upgrade of the electrical systems at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) in Atlanta, Georgia.

The comprehensive upgrade encompasses the existing normal and essential electrical infrastructure in the Main Hospital, Ambulatory Care, Nursing Home, Clinical Addition, and parking lots. Included in the project are the construction of a new Electrical Penthouse on the 2nd floor of the Main Hospital, installation of new normal power main distribution switchboards, and connection to the existing Georgia Power ring bus. M.C. Dean, Inc. will also install two new 1750 KW standby generators with weatherproof enclosures, fuel tanks, paralleling switchgear, and other associated items of work.

"The diagnosis and treatment tools and systems that public and private health care facilities are implementing are becoming progressively more sophisticated. For these systems to operate correctly, the facility needs to have an up to date and equally sophisticated electrical infrastructure. It is an honor to work at the VAMC Atlanta and support the delivery of high quality medical services for our nation's veterans," stated Bill Dean, President and CEO of M.C. Dean, Inc.

About M.C. Dean, Inc.

M.C. Dean, Inc. (www.mcdean.com) is one of the leading design/build firms in the U.S., with an exclusive focus on electrical and electronic systems. Service offerings encompass the entire lifecycle of large-scale, complex power distribution, instrumentation, electronic security, and voice and data systems as well as advanced networking and systems engineering services. M.C. Dean, Inc. employs nearly 3,000 employees worldwide and serves clients such as All Children's Hospital, John's Hopkins Hospital, and the Walter Reed Health Care System.


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