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have done it
and relationships we have.'
Prefabrication played a major role in
keeping the construction of the hospital
on schedule. By assembling two prefabrication tents onsite, which encompassed a
total of 20,000 square feet, the company
was able to be extremely efficient and
"In these massive tents we had a pre-
fabrication assembly process. A lot of the
interiors were prefabricated and rolled out
onto the job site," Haselden explains. "It
was similar to a manufacturing facility. We
did a panelized prefabrication skin for the
envelope, so we built the inside and outside
of the building at the same time."
Locating its prefabrication shop on-site
Construction, our vision is to be a great
builder," the company says. "Our purpose is
to fulfill our customers' needs completely."
Longs Peak Hospital
Haselden Construction was tasked with
building UCHealth's Longs Peak Hospital in
Longmont, Colo., on an aggressive schedule.
In 14 months, the company took an empty
44-acre site and transformed it into a stateof-the-art 220,000-square-foot hospital.
"It was undeniably the fastest build we've
done," Haselden notes.
Prefabrication played a major role
in keeping Haselden on schedule
on the UCHealth project.
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