Hospitals are ecosystems of diverse functions: laboratories, imaging units, ERs, surgery and operating rooms, inpatient quarters, etc. This makes building them one of the most complex tasks, specifically room completion systems as each set of rooms have their own furnishing and finishing requirements. This entails the existence of several number of trades, where coordination grows exponentially in importance. King Hussein Cancer Center in Jordan is a prime example with fast track requirements (3 years delivery) which increase the complexity further. Join in this webinar Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC), a leading global construction contractor who will share the above case study where BIM, advanced work packaging and Lean were implemented in an integrated approach to manage the finishing activities for the hospital. The presenter will share some of key drivers for the success of this implementation:
• BIM authoring requirements to suit project controls • Leveraging BIM to manage schedule, cost, sub-contractors, and material delivery. • Installation Work Packages (IWPs) creation • IWPs management using Lean approach • Collaboration using BIM to support Lean processes • Lessons learned.
About the Presenter: Zuhair Haddad is the CIO, Corporate Asset and Risk Management for Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC). He is in charge of mapping out and implementing the Project Control IT and Communication strategy for CCC group as well as directly overseeing CCC’s Information Systems, Corporate Risk, Communication and E-procurement Departments. He also leads the Plants Machinery and Vehicles (PMV) Department which manages CCC’s extensive fleet of construction equipment. Zuhair holds a Masters in Construction Management from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Science from the California State University of Chico in Civil Engineering. In 2014, Zuhair and two other inventors were granted a US Patent for their invention entitled: “System and method for hybrid solid and surface modeling for computer-aided design environments."