Masonry (Div 04)

Long Lead Items on Accelerated Schedule

Facility name: Ogden Regional Medical Center

Project name: OGDNMC-012020M-New Rehab Unit
Location: OGDEN, UT
Project classification: Hospital – Shell Buildout
Project type: MOB
Project number: 3441500009
Lesson Learned number: 178
Impact: Schedule

Schedule impact: 25 days

Lesson Learned/Best Practice

For Projects with Accelerated Schedules and no time for Early Release of Long Lead Time Materials, verify materials can be obtained in time to meet the required schedule during Preconstruction.

Suggested Actions for Future Projects

Plan for Early Release of Long Lead Time Materials, Equipment (Contractor and Owner Provided including Equipment , IT&S and Unified Communications), review the need for these items early in the project development to review options for obtaining items in time to meet the required accelerated schedule.  Ensure to review these potential early items with DM and CM during RFP and design phases.


Accelerated Schedule, Review Long Lead Material Items during Preconstruction, Request Substitutions during Preconstruction, Rehab

Evolving HCA standards

Facility name: Medical City McKinney

Project name: MCMKNY-102017M-BH & Rehab Relocation
Location: MCKINNEY, TX
Project classification: Hospital – Horizontal Expansion
Project type: Psych
Project number: 3833300011
Lesson Learned number: 148
Impact: Cost

Lesson Learned/Best Practice

With HCA’s ever evolving design standardization there needs to be a fixed point where design is frozen for each specific project. 

Suggested Actions for Future Projects

Document date and version of HCA standards utilized within CD drawing set,  validate HCA standards with planning manger, design manager, HCA engineering and construction manager.


HCA Standards, MEP guidlines