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Central Energy Plant (CEP) Replacement Coordination and Phasing

Facility name: Orange Park Medical Center

Project name: ORPKMC-102018M-Kitchen Expansion & Renovation
Location: ORANGE PARK, FL
Project classification: Hospital – Renovation
Project type: Acute Care
Project number: 3091300034
Lesson Learned number: 161
Impact: Cost, Schedule, Scope

Cost impact: $15,000


Lesson Learned/Best Practice

During construction the team was able to coordinate the installation of the new utility lines in a way that minimized the overall duration of the temporary CEP services. During this process multiple phasing plans were developed to tackle the existing utility layouts that were uncovered. A complete mapping of the existing systems would have prevented the back and forth of multiple phasing plans and expedited the overall underground installation process. 


Suggested Actions for Future Projects

How to minimize the duration of a temporary CEP:
– A complete interior and exterior mapping and phasing plan should be developed prior to construction. This is advised in order to reduce potential impacts once construction begins.
– How much existing roadway/sidewalk will need to be removed/replaced to accomplish the phasing of both demo and replacement? 
– Schedule of when each existing and new item is to be removed/installed.


Keywords

CEP, Temp Equipment, 3D Mapping

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