McClone Construction has been involved in the construction of over 15 Medical Facilities in the past 35 years. Much like Correctional Facilities, Medical Facilities contain an extensive amount of MEP (Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing) work. These facilities often consist of additional design and/or outside regulatory parameters not found in other types of structures. Each structure tends to be unique and are specifically built for a for a certain hospitals needs and can often contain inherent problems unlike other Medical Facilities. Having appropriate time to plan and complete this type of work is essential to achieving a successful job. McClone Construction strives to be out in front of problems by using our in-house concrete outlines and an assortment of other skills to address potential problems and resolve the issues before they get out of hand.
Hospital and Administration Facilities commonly have exposed architectural concrete at the perimeter of the structure if built out of structural concrete. A sophisticated and detailed oriented approach is necessary to develop an organized construction procedure to successfully manage and schedule this work along with the added MEP work. Hospital and Administration Facilities are predominately made up of two-way reinforced slabs with or without post-tensioning, supported by columns and walls with bay widths ranging from 20’ to 30’ depending on the seismic and vertical load requirements (see photo hotel #1). Most structures consist of less than 8 floors. Regulator agencies like OSHPOD and other similar organization require the contractors who perform this type of work to submit all the appropriate submittal in a timely manner to avoid potential delays due to the lengthy review process. Our concrete outlines are the cornerstone that allows us the ability to get out ahead of issues on these types of projects and maintain schedule and cost for our clients.