Tweet/Garot Mechanical was chosen to be the plumbing contractor for this newly built 35,000 square foot surgery center. The customer chose Tweet/Garot for our ability to execute the scope of work required for the project specifications.
This was a large medical gas job which included medical vacuum, medical air, oxygen, nitrous oxide, and instrument air. NFPA 99 medical gas certified installers were required for installation and code certifications.
All in-wall plumbing rough-ins included in this project were prefabricated for quick and predetermined installation requirements which, allowed for maintaining the scheduled completion date. This project was constructed amid the COVID-19 pandemic and all employees onsite where required to wear masks and comply with HSHS vaccination requirements.
All construction waste was separated between recyclable waste and non-recycled waste material.
Challenges of this project included supply chain disruptions on several materials including medical gas and LV wiring, undelivered parts, and additional time and resources required to add drawing details. Despite these challenges, there were no reworks and the job was closed out well.