Sundt’s crews performed extensive infrastructure and site development work for the William Beaumont Army Medical Center, which provides state-of-the-art medical care to our men and women in uniform.
The aggressive, 360-day schedule included fencing the entire 320-acre site, installing wet and dry utilities, concrete paving, building an electrical substation for the hospital, and constructing a 300-foot-long precast concrete bridge and an on/off ramp to connect the project to the adjacent highway.
Two major milestones at the beginning of the project kept the team working 10 hours a day, seven days a week for several weeks in a row. During one week, several of the staff and subcontractors worked 24 hours per day, but the hard work and overtime paid off when the milestones were achieved on schedule. They were: fencing the entire 320-acre site (at 120 days) and constructing and installing a 22,000-square-foot government facilities trailer (at 165 days). More than half of the work was performed by Sundt’s own heavy civil and concrete crews.