2015 PDC Summit

726 - The Transition from Construction to Maintenance: A Case Study of Building a Survey-Ready Hospital

Mar 16, 2015 9:45am ‐ Mar 16, 2015 10:45am

Members: $15.00
Standard: $30.00

Description

The University of Texas Medical Branch is building two new hospitals (257,000 and one million sq. ft., respectively), both of which will be completed in 2015. The owner defined data necessary for the hospitals to be Joint Commission Environment of Care (EOC) survey ready on Day One, as well as data needed to ensure a smooth transition from construction to operations and maintenance. The data was defined during design, standardized during construction, and used during commissioning. This formed the basis of our building information management (BIM) system.

This session will enable attendees to:

  • List requirements for new hospitals to be survey ready on Day One in relation to the EOC standards of The Joint Commission.
  • Identify requirements for a smooth transition from new hospital construction to operations and maintenance.
  • Assess the use of BIM for a new construction project as it relates to owner requirements for operations, maintenance, and regulatory compliance.
  • Describe the benefits of BIM as a Lean construction tool.

Speaker(s):

  • Dennis Ford, SASHE, CHFM, CHC, CHSP, CHEP, Director of Facilities Engeneering, Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, TX
  • Hobie Horton, Project Manager, Hensel Phelps
  • Larry Simmons, Jr., Project Manager, University of Texas System
  • Jake Wolf, Director, Capital Projects, UTMB

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