We specialize in renovations of Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Medical Office Buildings, Long Term Care facilities, Assisted living facilities, Physician and Dental Offices, as well as new builds for stand-alone healthcare facilities. We offer full design/build services, or we can collaborate with a design team of your choosing.
Webb Construction excels at pinpointing the needs of the individual practice. Your office should reflect you and your vision for your practice, so we will collaborate with you throughout the process to achieve your goals. We employ ASHE trained staff to ensure compliance with any infection control issues that may arise and maintain the ability to mitigate the circumstances requiring pressure differentiation and cleanliness during your project. We also understand that you are spending your own hard-earned money, so we work diligently to deliver on time and in budget.
Piedmont Columbus Regional Midtown West (PCRMW) is a 26 year old six story hospital. The building had not been used in 5 years with exception of the common areas and the 4th floor which was being utilized as a Long Term Care Facility. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, an emergent need for additional hospital bed space was identified by Piedmont Healthcare and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp. Piedmont Healthcare extended the use of the facility to the state, pending renovation. Federal funding was provided along with finances from Piedmont and local philanthropist Dan Amos. An accelerated project to meet the needs of the community was needed and Webb Construction stepped up to the challenge.
The project was to complete necessary mechanical, plumbing and electrical repairs as well as cosmetic renovations to three of the four patient floors. Having LTACH in the middle of the renovation required infection control mitigating activities along with numerous interim life safety measures to be put in place. A two week time frame was provided for this renovation.
Thirty-three PTAC units, one air handler, three HVAC units and three make up air units were replaced; six of these were on the fifth floor roof. Seventy-five plumbing repairs / leaks were resolved. Corridor light fixtures were replaced throughout the area with new LED fixtures and numerous electrical circuits were added throughout the project. The fifth floor received a complete new acoustical ceiling and was painted throughout. The third and second floors received the ceiling and painting as necessary. The roof was over 15 years old and required numerous repairs as the owners did not fund a complete roof replacement.
Due to the required time frame of this project, all of the subcontractors had to work simultaneously. This required tremendous coordination and management by Webb Construction to succeed. The project was completed on time.