Mission Health CEP

About This Project

The Central Energy Plant consists of approximately 16,700 square feet of new construction. The new energy plant will provide higher quality utility services to the existing Mission Hospital Campus and allow for expansion capabilities for future additions. The facility is a two story, free standing building to house the necessary functions of the CEP, including: two generators, two boilers, two chillers, and two cooling towers. The building also houses the switchgear for both normal and emergency power. The new CEP will tie into the existing CEP on the site and the two will work together to power the Hospital Campus.


Asheville, North Carolina

Principal In Charge

Damian Huneycutt, AIA, NCARB


Ray Wilson, Project Manager, Mission Health, 828.213.8277

Square Feet



December 2016

Central Energy Plants, Infrastructure & Support