Construction Today - September/October 2017 - 93
'The team takes pride in their work,
and it shows in everything they do.'
not only avoid a potential injury but educate a worker in the process
of safe work habits," Haselden says. "In the past, workers wouldn't
want to tell the boss because they didn't want the boss getting mad at
them. We are changing that mindset."
During the construction of Longs Peak Hospital, Haselden Construction recognized and rewarded a number of people for finding
unsafe situations onsite.
Haselden Construction met its tight deadline and completed Longs
Peak Hospital in June. "This didn't just succeed just because of
Haselden," Haselden says. "We couldn't have done it without the
collaboration and strong relationships we have with UCHealth
and Sean Menogan, vice president of UCHealth Facilities Design
and Construction, EYP Health, as well as our trade management
partners and subcontractors. It took everyone pulling together to
Longs Peak Hospital Facilities Manager Scott McGough said
every time he visited the site all of his questions were fielded with
consistent professionalism. "The team takes pride in their work, and
it shows in the facility and everything they do," he added. "The team
is outstanding and the place looks great."
Haselden Construction plans to stay laser focused on its corporate
initiative to use prefabrication (in some form) on every project.
"Haselden Construction has been a leader in the movement to
a strict safety culture during its
work on the hospital.
utilize prefabrication to deliver upon our customers' expectations,"
Haselden explains. "Speed to market is the new norm and that
means accelerating productivity and condensing schedules, all
while ensuring that quality is never compromised - it's how we
fulfill our customers' needs completely."
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