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The growing Oncology radiotherapy treatment industry has placed great pressure on the few contractors qualified to meet the construction needs of these unique centers. Fry Construction has the knowledge and experience to meet those needs.

As radiotherapy evolved, Fry Construction has been on the cutting edge, working with the various vendors to include the radiation oncology team of Physicists, Dosimetrists, and Radiation oncologists. Our experience and expertise shortens the design and construction time and insures the facility will be built to the standards that will facilitate the project’s success. Mistakes and delays can lead to the failure of a facility that would have otherwise been profitable.

Fry’s experience in the design and construction of various radiotherapy treatment facilities, to include Linear Accelerator facilities and Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) facilities, has been recognized by the oncology community and validated by the equipment manufacturers that build the highly complicated and demanding equipment.

Lin-Ac and IMRT facilities (such as for CyberKnife, Gamma Knife and Tomo Therapy systems) not only require precise construction of the concrete vaults, but involve very sophisticated mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems. Without precise attention to detail and placement, vault walls can experience leakage of radiation and spell disaster for a center.

Fry Construction’s attention to detail both in the design and construction stages is standard operating procedure. Conduit and piping placement, laser mounting plate locations, underfloor conduits and raceways, concrete maze versus direct entry options, and entry door design are all critical construction components for achieving a successful oncology treatment facility.

Fry has proven repeatedly that they can meet or exceed all of these demanding requirements for accuracy, quality of workmanship and timely completion. That claim may be easily validated by the list of major radiotherapy treatment manufacturers that request Fry Construction be used on any jobs utilizing their equipment.

Let Fry Construction join your team to insure your next facility is built on time, within budget and built to the standards necessary for the most successful Oncology treatment facility possible.

MRI installation requires expertise in many areas, RF enclosures, magnetic shielding, variable-voltage DC power supplies, sizing and installation of RF wave guides and filters, to name just a few. Exact placement of the MRI is critical and alignment to foundation strength exacting.

Fry Construction’s safety standards and record relating to intensive magnetic fields are exemplary and have been refined since our first installation in 1984. Our success stems from the "team" approach to sub-contractor and vendor selection to insure continuity. Each component of our "team" has years of experience in their respective field.

As MRI technology evolves, working with professionals that specialize in MRI installation typically shortens learning curves related to the ongoing changes in technology and lessens the potential for costly mistakes and delays.

Fry Construction has the knowledge, expertise, and equipment to address the infectious disease control needs now required in all hospital environments.

Selecting the "Completed Projects" link at the bottom of this page will help you ascertain the effectiveness of the Fry Construction approach and hopefully influence your next installation.

(Please note that ALL of our installations have been completed within their respective time and budgetary limitations!)

CT modalities have special HVAC, cabling, electrical, welding and anchoring requirements, all of which vary widely from brand to brand. In addition, radiation is utilized in the procedure making it necessary to pay special attention to employee and patient protection alike.

Fry Construction works directly with the physicist of record to insure that all requirements are met. These installation decisions extend to the scan room walls, doors, windows and, on occasion, all the spaces adjacent to the CT room.

Fry Construction has the knowledge, expertise, and equipment to address the infectious disease control needs now required in all hospital environments.

Fry Construction has built numerous CT suites for doctors, imaging centers, hospitals, and all of the major modality vendors since 1987. To see a comprehensive list of the CT’s we have installed by year, please click the "Completed Projects" link below.

These installations require experience and expertise in your typical construction, plus a comprehensive understanding of Modality and materials that are unique only to the medical field.

Extremely heavy cabling requirements call for both heavy conduit placement and duct usage. Various brands of modalities require special, remote controlled "surgical style" lighting. Specialized flooring and ceiling treatments are needed to maintain a highly sterilized environment and conform to Department of Health regulations.

Requirements for HVAC and electrical systems in the labs are knowledge intensive. Meters and testing equipment are expensive and not usually stocked as "shelf" items in a general construction operation. Fry Construction has invested the time and money to obtain the correct tools specifically designed for medical installations to insure the success of your project.

Fry Construction has the knowledge, expertise, and equipment to address the infectious disease control needs now required in all hospital environments.

Fry Construction has been successfully testing and installing these suites since 1992 and would like to make our experience available to you on your next project.

Please select the "Completed Projects" link below to have a better understanding of the background and experience we have in this field.

The PET suite requires extensive radiation protection, necessitating hot labs, injection rooms, isotope storage areas and hot restrooms. The degree of protection varies between vendors and usually includes walls, windows and doors. To maintain department of health requirements, "seamless" flooring is required, attention to detail a must.

The electrical and HVAC installations vary from elementary to complex, with all vendors having an extremely low tolerance for temperature and humidity variation.

Fry Construction has the knowledge, expertise, and equipment to address the infectious disease control needs now required in all hospital environments.

Please refer to the "Computerized Tomography" section for an overview of the CT requirements and select the "Completed Projects" link below to see a list of the PET / CT suites Fry Construction has completed since 1993.

Everyone is aware that X-Ray rooms demand strict radiation protection. To compound the complexity of installation, X-ray rooms have extensive cabling, HVAC and electrical requirements, combined with extensive overhead support systems, sometimes encompassing the entire ceiling. Lighting and HVAC designs naturally have to be integrated within these complex support systems.

The vendor and model of X-ray unit may also call for a portion of the floor to be removed for conduit and or duct installation. Removal and replacement of a concrete floor in the middle of an active hospital can be very disruptive and potentially dangerous if not managed properly.

Fry Construction has the knowledge, expertise, and equipment to address the infectious disease control needs now required in all hospital environments.

Fry Construction has performed numerous X-ray installations in very difficult environments since 1987. Please refer to the "Completed Projects" link at the bottom of this page to review our entire list of completed X-ray rooms... ALL on time and on budget!

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