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Maryland Proton Treatment Center

Owner: University of Maryland, Baltimore

Design-Builder: Haskell

Electrical Contractor: BK Truland

Engineer: Haskell Architects and Engineers

Project: Emergency standby backup power for the Maryland Proton Treatment Center, a 110,000 sq ft proton therapy cancer treatment center at the UMB BioPark in Baltimore, MD

Solution: MTU Onsite Energy 1,000kW Series 2000 diesel genset and (3) GE Zenith ZTS Series automatic transfer switches

Completed: 2015

Emergency standby backup power for the Maryland Proton Treatment Center in Baltimore, MD

The Maryland Proton Treatment Center, operated by the Department of Radiation Oncology of the University of Maryland, offers one of the most advanced forms of cancer treatment available: proton therapy. The unique treatment is highly precise, targeting only the cancerous cells with radiation. The completed facility is a three-story, 110,000-square-foot outpatient cancer treatment center with five treatment rooms and multiple support areas plus retail and research spaces.

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