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"Leadership by influence and example" shepherds a complex project through a multitude of competing needs and demands.
"The integrated team proved that projects of any size can realize the benefits of effective construction management."
Collaboration and prefabrication helped meet an extreme deadline situation with a flexible new facility.
A very public and closely watched project challenged the owner and CM to keep an entire community "in the loop."
A stream was relocated by 500 feet, and innovative Roller Compressed Concrete was applied in two lifts, despite high air temps and winds.
The most critical challenge in management of the project was achieving high-quality finishes from the trades for the custom and unique features that were part of the design, despite the low-bid delivery that can lead to shortcuts.
The project had a 12-week window in the summer to complete all work in and impacted by the renovation portion...
The Butz team volunteered their time to participate in many student functions and career days.
...uninterrupted service of 6,000 daily meals, continuous operation of the loading dock serving both kitchen and bookstore...
The walls had to be removed while maintaining the structural integrity of the existing structure and new addition above...
...a complex project because of its inherent design that required the overlap and integration of building elements between a three-tiered outdoor plaza and a three-story building.
...one of the largest public works projects in Orange County’s history.
Construction was encumbered by unusually wet fall and winter seasons.
The project’s complexity is not only in its technology and construction processes, but in its size and scale.
Approximately 7,400 personnel moved to APG from the C4ISR community located in Ft. Monmouth NJ.
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