CCF Avon Bedtower | Avon, OH

Attached to the existing Richard E. Jacobs Health Center, the new hospital is five stories tall with 126 private hospital beds (114 medical/surgical beds and 12 ICU beds) and designed to accommodate future advances in medical careExpected to open on November 15, 2016, the hospital provides both inpatient and outpatient services to better meet the needs of the community. The new services added include expanded Cardiovascular Services, expanded Imaging, Emergency Department and Surgical Suites, 2 new operating rooms, and the latest technological advancements for patient care.

Lake Erie Electric worked closely with other trades to coordinate pre-fabricated corridor racks, bathroom pods, and patient headwalls that were assembled in an off-site warehouse, shipped to the jobsite, then hoisted and set in their final location. This offered many cost and schedule benefits to the project including increased efficiencies, fewer mistakes and less re-work stemming from repetitive process of prefabrication.

4,130 light fixtures, 270 miles of wire, 53 miles of conduit, & approximately 3,900 receptacles make up the 212,000 square foot tower. The Bed Tower is also host to a 2,000 kW Generator, 7 Automatic Transfer Switches, 2 – 4,000A double ended unit-subs, a 15 kW switch in the utility yard feeding the subs, and a 3,000A quick connect for a mobile generator.

Pinktober 2016

pinktoberLake Erie Electric partnered with Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park this October in benefit of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Hard Rock Rocksino has hosted Pinktober for 2 years in a row designating Susan G. Komen Northeast Ohio as the recipient of all fundraising efforts.

This year, the event raised $100,000. All proceeds will support research on finding cures as well as provide fundamental breast health services through education, screenings/diagnostics (i.e. mammograms, ultrasounds, biopsies, and advanced care), patient navigation, and support services.

Lake Erie Electric is a proud sponsor of Pinktober and looks forward to the opportunity in supporting this event and cause in the years to come.

Summa Health Sapphire Ball 2016

summaLake Erie Electric is honored to sponsor the 15 th annual Summa Health Sapphire Ball. The gala was held this past October raising more than $1.2 million. Proceeds from the event support primary care and other key clinical areas and services at Summa Health.

The ball had over 1,000 guests in attendance – making it the most highly attended Sapphire Ball to date. A performance from the legendary Jay Leno, a classic car display and a glamorous ballroom were a few features at the gala.

We are so grateful for the opportunity to sponsor this event and look forward to supporting this foundation in the future.