OSU Westerville Medical Center
When The Ohio State University Westerville Medical Center needed a new medical suite on the second floor of an existing medical office building, Tenby Construction who was hired onto the project due to their competitive bid. The new build-out would include 23 exam rooms for The Ohio State University Primary Care and The James Mammography.
In order to install the plumbing, the team had to work in the suite below. The building was fully occupied during construction, creating a challenge as the team had to avoid any disruptions to existing tenants and their patients. The project also took place during the COVID-19 pandemic causing work shortages, material delays and social distancing requirements.
The Tenby Way
The Tenby Construction team ultimately had to work out of sequence, and create some second shift work, in order to complete the project’s aggressive and inflexible schedule. They were able to navigate all COVID-19 related shortages and protocols to achieve the critical completion date.