The CenterPointe Hospital project consisted of the construction of a new 72-bed behavioral health hospital with additional support spaces for inpatient care. This project was a true collaboration between the construction team, architect, and owner. The project duration spanned a total of 13 months, including final inspections, during which the construction team worked closely with the architect and owner to ensure that the project was completed on schedule and within budget.
The construction team implemented a variety of strategies to ensure that the project ran smoothly, including incorporating LEAN principles during both the design and construction phases. This helped to streamline the construction process and minimize waste, which ultimately saved time and reduced costs.
One of the key successes of the project was the use of an early release package, which allowed the team to release long-lead items before the final permit documents were approved. This helped to ensure that the project stayed on schedule and was completed within the allotted timeframe.
Throughout the project, the construction team worked closely with the architect and owner to provide updated budgets, assist with the material selection process, and incorporate a Good-Better-Best selection criteria to help manage costs while still delivering a high-quality final product.
The result was a project that was completed on time, within budget, and to the satisfaction of all stakeholders. The success of the project was a testament to the teamwork, collaboration, and expertise of the construction team, architect, and owner.