NHTI MacRury Hall

NHTI MacRury Hall Renovations
Built in 1970, MacRury Hall is one of the primary academic buildings on campus, housing the Radiologic Technology and Paramedic Emergency Medicine programs.

MacRury Hall was a 40 year old two story academic building totaling 17,000 SF. The existing classroom uses were relocated and the building was renovated into the new state of the art Radiology Center. The interior was gutted down to structural CMU walls and all MEP systems were removed as well as all windows and exterior doorways. The envelope was updated with new EFCO windows and entries, new MEP systems, upgraded wall and roof insulation to meet current energy code and upgraded metal panel exterior trim and soffits. New canopies were located at the two main entries.

MacRury Hall is now home to state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging labs, a dental hygiene clinic, science laboratories, classrooms and offices. Variable refrigerant cooling, coupled with energy-recovery rooftop units and gas-fired condensing boilers provide a high-efficiency HVAC plant for the building.

Some of the new Radiology equipment such as the Radiation Therapy Simulator – Nucletron Simulux HP MK II, required floor slab trenching and installation coordination due to its size. The program spaces included:

Diagnostic Medical Imaging Department
CR Lab (GE Proteus XR/A)
DMS Lab (Diagnostic Medical Sonography)
DR Lab ( digital radiology, GE Discovery XR 650)
RTH / DMS Classroom
RTH lab (radiation therapy,)
Radiation Therapy Simulator – Nucletron Simulux HP MK II
Computer Radiography Lab with amphitheater seating
DMI Sim Lab (digital medical imaging)
Orthopaedic Lab
Paramedic Program
Classroom / Simulation Lab
Megacode / Minicode Lab
Computer Lab
New General Biology lab
New A&P Biology Lab
New Microbiology Lab