Self-Perform Work and More at UHS Temecula Valley Hospital
As detailed in this short article, DPR's self-perform work was an important part of building the 35-acre, ground-up Universal Health Services (UHS) Temecula Valley Hospital.
This extensive project case study provides even more insight into the 177,508-sq.-ft., five-story, greenfield hospital tower project.
Using integrated project delivery (IPD), the team delivered the 140-bed hospital, which features all-private rooms, a 20-bed intensive care unit and six high-tech surgical suites. Completed ahead of schedule, the project also finished at an estimated 40 percent lower “per bed” cost than the average new Southern California hospital facility.
“The project was very dynamic,” said Michael Fontana of Fontana Associates, the company acting as the owner’s representative. “We kept changing the way we looked at things, the way we processed information and the way the work flowed. There were all kinds of solutions we discovered to make productivity go up.”
Posted on February 20, 2014
Last Updated August 23, 2022