Promedica Hospital

At a glance

Project Overview:

Ideal Contracting self-performed the structural and miscellaneous steel for the new three-story hospital, consisting of over 1,000 tons of structural steel.  ProMedica Hospital was the first project Ideal utilized SidePlate connections, which eliminated the need for permanent vertical bracing.  As a result, productivity was increased and erection safety was improved.  To guarantee the new process was successful, careful rigging practices were performed to protect the beams from rolling when erected.  The SidePlate connections helped expedite the plumbing activities and detailing time by minimizing the number of welded connections.

Underground piping was installed prior to Ideal being on-site, which created multiple logistical constraints.  To avoid conflict with the piping, Ideal carefully planned out crane paths and strategically placed crane mats over underground pipes.  These adjustments allowed for both Ideal Contracting and other subcontractors to continue to work simultaneously.

Ideal Contracting performed and completed all work with zero safety incidents, ensuring everyone went home safely.

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