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Flexible and Dependable Building Systems for Optimal Patient Care

The Full Spectrum of Healthcare Design

Our Healthcare design team are experts in OSHPD Levels 1, 2 and 3 and they work across all kinds of healthcare facilities.

We’ve designed new and renovated:

• Acute Care Hospitals
• Outpatient Facilities
• Ambulatory Surgery Centers
• Clinics
• Medical Office Buildings
• Skilled Nursing Facilities
• Pharmacies
• Senior Living Facilities

P2S Advantages

We Understand Provider Needs

We work with healthcare providers, builders and designers to create reliable, energy-efficient facilities that safeguard their patient’s health and comfort while simultaneously reducing operating costs.

Flexible Designs for an Ever-Changing Industry

Our healthcare designers have decades of invaluable experience and they have witnessed first-hand how rapidly things can change in the healthcare sector. Our designs take this into account, and they offer flexibility to accommodate future expansion for your facility. Our teams employ modular design principles that allow our clients to adapt to the ever-quickening pace of change in the healthcare landscape.

Master the Future

The complexity and uncertainty that comes with planning a new or replacement healthcare facility can be truly daunting. But our healthcare team understands every phase of the master planning process, and they will thoroughly evaluate your facility, goals and business to create an ideal master plan that fits your needs.

Featured Project

Mark Ridley-Thomas, Behavioral Health Center

A former hospital building is repurposed for community mental health treatment


Los Angeles, CA

Construction Cost:

$223 Million

Delivery Method:


Project Overview

The newly renamed Mark Ridley-Thomas Behavioral Health Center (formerly named Martin Luther King, Jr Behavioral Health Center) project is an adaptive repurposing of the former MLK hospital building. The 5-story, 505,000 SF building was demolished to the structural members and floors, then rebuilt with new MEPT services and distribution systems with supply service points of connection in the existing campus central utility plant. The renovations provide mental health services, including urgent care, outpatient, psychiatric health, substance abuse, and rehabilitation. The design-build team is led by HOK and Bernards in partnership with Los Angeles County Public Works.


P2S provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, low voltage, and lighting design services for the adaptive re-use of the 500,000 square foot facility with all new central utility plant systems integrated into the building. The utility systems included a new highly efficient water-cooled chilled water plant, heating and domestic hot water condensing boilers, fan array air handling systems, emergency generator system, fiber and copper utility services and all the utility distribution through the facility. P2S also provided support for construction and LEED Gold application for the project. This $223 million, design-build project was substantially completed in October 2021.

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Engineering Expertise in Behavioral Health Facilities

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Market Leader

Mikhail Fuks
Principal & Healthcare Group Leader & Healthcare Market Segment Leader

Mikhail Fuks

Mikhail Fuks has 15 years of mechanical engineering experience with a focus in healthcare facilities for both acute and outpatient care. He's the head of the P2S Healthcare Market, which has grown substantially in recent years, becoming one of the top sectors for P2S. He has sound knowledge in HVAC, including previous experience in designs for cleanrooms, laboratory and manufacturing facilities, and critical facilities such as data centers, call centers, central plants and high-rise structures.

He has managed projects for infrastructure improvements, new construction and remodels. He leads a high-performance team of healthcare project managers, engineers and designers for mechanical, plumbing, electrical and low voltage systems. Their specialty is large, complex and phased healthcare projects with challenging design parameters, schedules, budgets and sustainability goals. The team is well acquainted with working in operating facilities that cannot be shut down and need to maintain patient care at all times. He has developed close relationships with OSHPD and other AHJ staff to address project issues early and engage in an active dialogue for items that require interpretations.

Mikhail's goal is to develop lasting relationships as a trusted advisor with healthcare owners, contractors, architects and fellow engineers so that the team can deliver great facilities on time and on budget.

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