Not necessarily . . .
We were recently asked to more than double the patient capacity of Pediatric Associates of Dayton's Kettering location without interrupting daily operations. Especially for a medical practice serving children, maintaining a quiet (non-stressful) environment for patients was critical.
How exactly do you build, hammer, saw and drill without causing a disturbance?
|The Waiting Room at Pediatric Associates of Dayton|
The JZ Construction team managed it, while turning 7 existing patient rooms into 15 on a budget and a timeline -- quietly!
This primarily meant that our crews worked when physicians were not - odd hours and sometimes into the night. We worked on half of the rooms at a time so they always had the space to accommodate patients.
Meetings with contractors were mostly scheduled toward the end of regular business hours for the doctors. Managing the upcoming work and ensuring the appropriate patient room availability were the focus of these meetings. Noisy activities (and actual construction) were all limited to evenings and weekends.
All said and done, the practice suffered no unexpected work days lost and there was minimal interruption. That's a major score in our book.
Even with restrictions and time constraints, the project was completed as designed, on schedule and on budget.
If you happen to know the physicians or staff at Pediatric Associates of Dayton's Kettering office, congratulate them on their growth and ask them about their experience with JZ Construction.