Arizona Program Presentation
BANNER UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER TUCSON NORTH CAMPUS OUTPATIENT CENTER - TARGET VALUE DESIGN ON A COMPLEX HEALTHCRE PROJECT
Thursday, March 30, 2017 | Download Event Brochure
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Blake Christian - Project Manager - HENSEL PHELPS
Julia Staten - Project Engineer - HENSEL PHELPS
This will be a lunch meeting with the following agenda:
- 11:30am Networking
- 12:00pm Lunch
- 12:30-1:30pm Program/Q&A
How Target Value Design processes were used to effectively manage the construction budget on a complex healthcare project, reducing costs by 40%.
The Banner University Medical Center Tucson North Campus Outpatient Center features 200,000 sf of multi-specialty health center space to house outpatient specialty clinics (cardiovascular, neurosciences, OB, dermatology, medical specialties and surgical specialties), imaging, lab, a retail pharmacy and a radiation oncology department with five linear accelerator vaults, and other radiation oncology support functions.
The project is utilizing an Integrated Project Delivery model with a modified CMAR contract. Hensel Phelps was contracted early in the conceptualization phase and the first few months were dedicated to analyzing different building type options with Banner's pro forma. Throughout the initial feasibility phase the construction budget climbed to $105M and ultimately reduced to $64M as the needs of the campus were balanced with the available funding. This process was managed through the Target Value Design process and Trend Estimating Process to set a value to manage the design to and then to assist the design team to stay on target. This approach has been highly successful. With early trade contractor integration, the team has been able to lock in resources in a swiftly escalating market to control pricing to meet the Banner's budget constraints.
Blake Christian - Project Manager for Hensel Phelps
Blake has 27 years of experience in the construction industry working on a wide variety of project types ranging from aviation, high performance office, hospitality, healthcare and the New US Embassy in Berlin, Germany. Blake earned his Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from California State University, Chico.
Julia Staten - Project Engineer for Hensel Phelps
Julia has 9 years of construction experience working with both public and private owners under lump sum, unit price, negotiated GMP, and design-build delivery systems. Julia graduated from the Colorado School of Mines in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering with Mechanical Specialty.
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