Keeping Your Construction Project on Track

 

 
 
 

| Thursday, August 26, 2010

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From the Ground Up

There are many factors involved in planning a building project.
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 The following items are included as bonus content for the "Constructing the Future" article that appears in September 2010 JEMS. The content includes a cost inclusion and exclusion graph, blueprint models and floor plans, an architect scoring sheet/matrix, a request for qualifications for potential architects as well as a sample construction manager(s) rating sheet, additional photos and more.

 The attached documents are for reference only and were used at MCHD-EMS as a Texas-based local government agency. Please seek your own legal advice for your agency.

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Cost inclusion and exclusion graph.pdf87.11 KB
EMS Regional Station - Option B.pdf137.2 KB
MCHD REGIONAL STATION.pdf159.37 KB
MCHD SUB STATION.pdf71.74 KB
Architect - Scoring.xls19.5 KB
Architect Review.doc51 KB
Example Construction Manager Rating Form.doc38.5 KB
Front view.jpg68.07 KB
AIA Primer on Project Delivery.pdf129.11 KB
Floorplan.pdf93.93 KB
Visio-Station Alert System.pdf23.28 KB
Types of Construction Procurement.pdf49.86 KB
2009 Comparable Pricing.pdf81.84 KB


From the Ground Up

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Ambulance Bay

When designing a building, think about whether back-in or drive-through ambulance bays would work best. Photo Courtesy Marlisa Briggs/MCHD


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Beginning Stages

A significant amount of preplanning goes into an EMS building project. Photo Courtesy Marlisa Briggs/MCHD  


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Inside View

Location is key in terms of accessibility and reponse times.   Photo Courtesy Marlisa Briggs/MCHD


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Framing the Design

It's important to engage professionals for land acquisition, soils analysis and environmental analysis before breaking ground. Photo Courtesy Marlisa Briggs/MCHD


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Drawing

This image displays a digital drawing of the completed design.


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Construction Process

It's crucial to accept the pace and flow of the building process as a challenge and an opportunity   Photo Courtesy Kelly Curry/MCHD


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Project Accomplished

The hard work all pays off when the project is complete. Photo Courtesy Kelly Curry/MCHD



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