Hixon Lied Center
CLIENT: Nebraska Medical Center
GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Kiewit Building Group
ARCHITECT: Leo A. Daly
PROJECT VALUE: $13,000,000
PROJECT DURATION: 24 Months
PROJECT DELIVERY METHOD: Design / Assist (GMP)
SCOPE OF WORK: Plumbing, HVAC & Medical Gas
Named the Center for Clinical Excellence, this four-story facility provides the most clinically intense hospital functions. The Hixson-Lied Center holds 100+ spaces for emergency, radiology, surgery, interventional radiology, neonatal intensive care, and cystology.
The Ray Martin Results
For precise applications the atmosphere must be perfect. Ray Martin ensured that the water and air handling were precisely what was requested.
Adapting for Change
Due to the center being located between two towers, a functioning utility plant, and existing campus infrastructure, utilities need to be relocated. Ray Martin worked with the general contractor and school in sequencing and providing utilities to the existing buildings before installing a final project to accommodate for all the facilities.
Ray Martin was able to assist in the design of the mechanical/plumbing systems by working with 3-D BIM design applications with the MEP engineers and architect. 3-D BIM is vital for planning ahead and catching any problem before it happens to save money in the long run.
- Labs 120%
- Students Using These 2000%
- Experiments Conducted 100,0000%
- Awards 60%
Attention to Detail
The 150,000-square-foot center houses the schools of medicine, pharmacy and nursing as well as the undergraduate departments of chemistry, biology, physics, environmental science and atmospheric science.
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