In-Patient Floor Renovation
Over a 10-month period, on a phased schedule, Structure Tone renovated the patient rooms and public areas on the in-patient floor. Our attention to infection control and safety was noted by the client immediately, which facilitated additional scopes of work.
Based on patient vacancies, selected rooms were taken “offline” and completely remodeled including the bathrooms. In total 20 rooms were updated. The scope of work for both the rooms and public space included complete replacement of ceramic tile finishes, doors and millwork; as well as new floor, wall and ceiling finishes throughout. The MEP renovations included replacement of all HVAC ceiling grilles, over-bed lights, sprinkler heads, and plumbing fixtures.
Specialized Healthcare Team
When providing construction services for the healthcare industry, the team assigned to the project is critical to its success. The special requirements of healthcare facilities require a specialized project team with expertise managing sensitive components of work. The Structure Tone organization has a dedicated group of professionals to services these projects. Their ultimate goal is to provide patients, doctors and visitors with a clean, safe, infection-free environment while construction is underway.
For the Parkland Memorial Hospital projects, consistent management and on-site supervision were stellar achievement of our project team. The client was able to depend on the team to provide the same high level of service no matter which facility they were working in.