GenServe comes to the rescue of Major NYC hospital during Hurricane Sandy
A major NYC hospital had been running on full generator power after Hurricane Sandy. The hospital had two concerns and possible threats to its emergency power supply system. First, the generators, running for prolonged hours, needed to be serviced to maintain their operational integrity as well as be compliant with maintenance protocol. Second, due to the extended run time, their fuel supply was beginning to get critically low and could have led to the evacuation of the entire facility.
GenServe technicians performed major PM’s on the generators to assure they remained fully operational and compliant and to prevent equipment failure. Additionally, after being alerted to the low fuel condition, GenServe arranged for emergency fueling of all the generators on site allowing the hospital to avert a costly evacuation.