Each project is personal to us. Our teams take great pride in getting to know the end user of every space we construct and how that area is going to be used long after we are finished building.
Just over a year ago, MCL Construction completed work at the Lauritzen Outpatient Center and Fritch Surgery Center at Nebraska Medicine. The 186,000 square foot building has many different uses and users. Early in design and throughout construction, we were aware of the importance of the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Biomechanical and Advanced Surgical Technologies Laboratory. The work being done by Dr. Hani Haider and his team was recently featured in the Live Well Nebraska section of the Omaha World-Herald.
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The construction of this space required our team to work closely with Dr. Haider and Nebraska Medicine and UNMC. The lab was relocating to the Lauritzen Outpatient Center and Fritch Surgery center, so extensive coordination and attention to detail were needed to assure the proper delivery and installation of equipment. As you can see by the pictures, there is a lot of it. However, this equipment produces a lot of vibration which can have adverse effects on other departments in the hospital like the eye surgeries taking place on the floors below. To solve this problem, we worked with RDG Planning and Design to keep vibration and noise produced at the lab isolated to that space allowing the rest of the hospital to function normally with no interruptions.
To us, projects are personal and this approach speaks to the level of service we provide and knowledge of the space throughout the lifespan of your space.
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