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As our world becomes unpredictably hotter due to climate change caused by carbon emissions, governments and organizations are taking increasingly bolder actions to curb and mitigate associated risks. One fascinating emergence from this past summer has been the emergence of Chief Heat Officers (CHO).
As architects, engineers, owners, and construction managers embrace innovation at all stages of the project process, the industry has also begun to reevaluate how these stakeholders partner to deliver top quality projects, on time and on schedule.
Layton project manager, Mitchell Koch explains why prefabricated exterior panels are used for hospital construction and specifically for the ICU/MedSurg expansion at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center in Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
In today’s market, uncertainty is part of the process. From labor shortages to supply chain issues, there are a number of factors that can impact your project’s cost, schedule, and quality. Now picture building 10 projects across 10 cities—all similar in size, scale, and scope—in less than two years. How can owners and developers avoid compounding change orders, costs, and coordination issues during real estate rollouts with so many variables?
Why is a zero-punch project so elusive? Join STO Building Group Executive Chairman, Jim Donaghy, as he discusses the ins and outs of delivering a top-quality project with a project team that recently completed a zero-punch move in on an 110,000sf headquarters: BCCI Construction’s Studio Director & Quality Manager, Lisa Dunmeyer, BCCI Field Operations Manager, Matt Ludwig, and Principal with AP+I Design, Meera Agrawal.