This healthcare case study showcases our ability to adjust to changing client timelines and processes to deliver the ground improvement services they need.
Why Was CNC Foundations Needed?
Our client, a healthcare facility in North Carolina, needed ground improvement services for their construction project. The project experienced early delays due to unforeseen circumstances. To combat the delays, we continued with three different phases of mobilization. We did everything we could to adjust to the project changes.
REQUIREMENTS AND CHALLENGES
We installed the additional aggregate piers during the second mobilization. Inclement weather delayed the third mobilization, but as soon as it cleared, we completed the project on time and within budget. In the end, we installed 1,200 aggregate piers in the project’s foundation. We also installed 50 concrete and solid bar anchors for uplift. Our team showed the client that we can adapt to any changes they present and any inclement weather that pops up during site mobilizations.
SOLUTION AND RESULTS
The additional piers solidified the construction site’s soil and supported the client’s new structure properly. The client developed faith in our installation processes and was satisfied with our aggregate pier installations. After we completed this project, we began discussing future project opportunities with this client.
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