Leading Contractors and Healthcare Professionals Trust STARC

STARC Systems is the most innovative temporary containment option for healthcare environments. Our quiet and disruption-free, ICRA Class IV compliant and environmentally-friendly systems are used in healthcare settings in all 50 states, Canada and Australia. STARC eliminates the disruption of healthcare construction renovations, keeping patient satisfaction high and internal stakeholders happy.

Read our case studies and see how STARC eliminates the disruption of renovation.

COVID Care unit infection control

At the Right Place at the Right Time – A Pandemic Pivot

Modern Containment is full-service temporary containment company based in Plantation Florida, that rents its STARC Systems LiteBarrier wall solution to general contractors and hospitals with a focus on patient occupied renovation. It was established in January of 2020 and their first rental install was on April 6th of 2020.
suny before and after

SUNY Downstate: Lessons Learned From The Pandemic’s Epicenter

SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University is an academic medical center in New York City. At the height of the COVID-19 outbreak, Governor Cuomo designated SUNY Downstate as one of only three hospitals in the entire state that would exclusively treat patients with COVID-19.
Hendricks Regional Health containment

At War With COVID-19 – One Hospital’s Isolation Story

Hendrick’s Regional Health is a small, high-quality, lower-cost 160-bed hospital in Danville, Indiana. Their facility was overwhelmed by a high number of COVID-19 infections and this is how the facilities team created multiple patient isolation rooms throughout the hospital.
PCG hospital renovation

Exceeding ICRA CLASS IV Standards during construction

Preferred Construction Group (PCG) holds a leading position in Michigan’s construction and renovation marketplace, serving clients in the commercial, healthcare and institutional sectors. One of PCG’s largest customers is Spectrum Health, an integrated health system with a network of hospitals and care facilities in Southwest and West Michigan.
RJM construction

Keeping Dust and Contaminants at Bay During Hospital Cafeteria Renovation

Based in Minneapolis, RJM Construction has been providing commercial contracting services since 1981. RJM delivers on clients’ vision in ground-up construction and interior remodeling from concept to completion.
Shriners Fishbowl ICRA

An ICRA Containment Challenge Solved

DPR Construction, one of the largest general contractors in the nation, is accustomed to working within challenging environments. The firm, established in 1990, is known for specializing in technically complex and sustainable projects for the healthcare, advanced technology, higher education, life sciences, and commercial markets.
brigham and womens hospital renovation

Keeping Infection at Bay and Patient Satisfaction Levels High During Renovation

Brigham and Women’s Hospital needed to safely renovate several dozen patient rooms, on multiple floors, while the wing remained open to patients and staff. Their construction service provider, Suffolk, and their Infection Control team knew from past experience STARC would be their preferred system for this renovation.
OSU Hospital

100% Approved by Epidemiologists

Facility crews at Wexner are constantly working on renovations to patient wings and emergency service areas but must also attend to any last-minute situations. ICRA compliance is the top priority during renovations and repairs. Plastic sheeting and drywall were labor intensive and environmentally unfriendly.
Case Study STARC Systems

100% ICRA Compliance Required

Abbott Northwestern Hospital renovated their central processing plant for surgical instrument sterilization. There was no room for error in this renovation project. As the equipment was being replaced, their construction services partner was challenged with controlling all dust and debris, as well as insuring that the renovation area was 100% compliant with ICRA Class IV standards.
cmmc intensive care

Keeping Patients Safe During Renovations

Central Maine Medical Center (CMMC) provides vital medical services to a population base of 400,000 people in central and western Maine. The medical center needed to renovate its Emergency Department, while keeping it open and safe for staff and patients.
MMC pharmacy

Busy Lobby Transformation to Pharmacy

Maine Medical Center (part of MaineHealth) renovated a space off the facility’s lobby into a new retail pharmacy. Opposite the construction area was the main security reception desk and employee registration desk, two high traffic work areas.
St. Marys Hyberbaric Chamber

Renovations Without Scheduling Impact

St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center had a unique challenge: The facility needed to separate areas within its Wound Care program which included hyperbaric chambers. Because of code requirements, the hyperbaric chambers needed to be in an enclosed area, separated from the wound treatment area.
CMMC Radiology

Quiet Containment During Renovation

Central Maine Medical Center (CMMC) reconfigured several radiology suites to incorporate new technologies. Two radiology rooms shared a common control room; one room was being renovated. Construction containment was needed to isolate the wall separating the control room from the renovation area.
St. Mary's LiteBarrier Install

A Lightweight Containment Solution

Hebert Construction Project Superintendent Roger Bisson has always turned to STARC Systems for temporary wall solutions for projects at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center. His crew repeatedly uses STARC’s RealWall product, which exceeds ICRA Class IV standards but LiteBarrier was introduced to his team as a premier alternative to polycarbonate systems.
Eskenazi Mental Health Center

Keeping Patients Safe and Daily Workflows Uninterrupted

The Hagerman Group, based in Indiana, provides customized healthcare construction solutions for over 50 clients throughout the Midwest, helping to build structures that meet the highest standards for quality and safety. Safety, quick disruption-free installation, and sound attenuation were all top priorities for this project. Together, Hagerman and Eskenazi Health facility crews brought in STARC System panels to meet their needs.

Old Dominion Healthcare Services Lobby Renovation

Midlothian, Va.-based Old Dominion Healthcare Services (ODHS) recently overcame a challenge while working on a hospital lobby with a four-story ceiling. The existing wall openings, which were 11.5’ tall, needed to be in-filled to accommodate new MRI suites.