June 8, 2017 @ 11:30am
June 8, 2017 @ 1:30pm
1218 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Angela Hendrix   215.568.7015 Send an e-mail
A team of designers, healthcare specialists, engineers, and builders, self-named the "PennFIRST Team," is nearly two years into the design and construction effort of a New Patient Pavilion for Penn Medicine. Using an integrated project delivery (IPD) strategy, the team is collaboratively tackling complex urban planning, design, and construction challenges inherent in an approximately 1.5 million-square-foot facility on a dense urban site. Learn how shared integration space, parametric cost modeling, PITs, HBDI, decision trees, full-scale mock-ups, and live simulations are being put to the test to encourage multidisciplinary collaboration and promote team problem-solving and innovative thinking.
Daryl Bodewin, HDR, Inc.
Steven Greulich, Penn Medicine
Ed Hanzel, L.F. Driscoll
Mack Stulb, L.F. Driscoll
Learning Objectives include:
• Explore real-life implications of using IPD to develop a large, highly integrated urban health complex.
• Learn how a well-conceived integration space positively contributes to a collaborative multidisciplinary planning and design effort.
• Understand the critical importance of thorough staff on-boarding, behavioral tendencies, servant leadership, and HBDI analyses.
• Explain how a project team PIT structure can integrate disciplines, solve design and construction challenges, and manage construction costs.
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