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November 15th, 2019
A school construction project is exciting and transformative. It can also be noisy and disruptive. When it comes to minimizing an active construction project’s impact on your campus, effectively managing construction logistics is key.
Here are six ways we manage our minimum impact.
October 8th, 2019
Stress. Anxiety. Loss of sleep. We get it.
Construction is exciting but it can also be extremely stressful, especially in an occupied healthcare facility. You have a lot of pressure on you to deliver this project for your institution. The truth is, some projects do go more smoothly than others. Here’s how you can help set up the construction team for success, creating a less stressful project for you.
August 26th, 2019
Planning for an expansion project, renovation or new build is exciting, but it also comes with anxiety and stress. When undergoing a construction project, you may face any number of construction and development pressures. Here are several to consider.
July 19th, 2019 by Abigail Shea
Over the years, standards and requirements for healthcare buildings and hospitals have become more and more complex, and require a deeper level of expertise. This expertise is a necessity not only for the healthcare professionals working in these facilities, but for those involved in designing and constructing them. Infection control within healthcare is a moral and legal responsibility and can be fatal if not followed correctly. A large majority of healthcare construction projects take place in the middle of active hospitals around patients with vulnerable immune systems, who can’t risk any level of exposure to the work being performed around them.
Here are a few things your contractor should be doing between compliance requirements and best practices.
February 18th, 2019
I know it’s the middle of February, but if you need to complete any construction projects on your campus this summer, you should already be planning the work. Summer slammer projects aren’t easy for anyone involved. With so much work to be done in a limited amount of time, these projects are stressful and have big consequences if they’re not finished on time.
Hiring your contractor early can reduce the stress and make the process more enjoyable. If you wait to bid out your project to hire your contractor, you’re essentially eliminating the contractor’s planning phase. Eliminate time for planning and everyone’s job gets harder and more stressful. Yours included.
February 5th, 2019
Let’s face it, we’re used to starting construction in the New England winters. But the truth is this timing isn’t ideal for anyone. The weather is unpredictable and can throw off a construction schedule, while winter conditions add to project costs.
Ideally, you would plan your project to be done with any concrete work before the temperature falls below 40 degrees. But we know this isn’t always realistic, so read on to learn how to protect your winter concrete, the risks associated with doing concrete work in cold weather and how we ensured optimal results on a recent project.
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