With evolving healthcare needs and emphasis on aging and retired service personnel, the Department of Defense in the past few years has been placing greater focus on health care and supporting facilities in its military bases. Seymour Johnson is one of the many that is renovating or expanding its medical facility.
Heery is designing and constructing a replacement for the existing 50-year-old, obsolete medical clinic (Building 2800) at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. The new state-of-the-art primary care clinic will provide world-class care to the servicemen and women and their families while promoting a healing environment. The striking design employed a tensioned fabric roof system that was symbolic of an airplane wing which yielded a light an airier environment. Sustainable features included a green roof to provide both surface cooling for the structure and a place for respite for patients and visitors. This is a unique, integrated procurement process for design, construction, and IO&T that utilizes all of the Heery IPD services including BIM, but maintains a much higher level of design and budget control because of our integrated delivery.
Heery provided a lump sum price while providing the potential for cost savings through value engineering during the design process allowing for the achievement of a 0-Sum contract change.
Competitive cost control is achieved by: