Due to the complexities of working within an occupied, active environment, the project required off-hour work, the protection of the area, installation of temporary ceilings and walls, frequent cleaning of the corridor, removal of all art and the use of sticky mats, walk-off mats and HEPA fans to help mitigate the transfer of dust. Debris was carefully removed via covered carts down a single elevator through a backhouse corridor and out to a dumpster. This route had to be kept clean and the exterior door could never be propped open to maintain security..
During construction, the owner transferred the responsibility of rigging the two hyperbaric chambers to DPR. The team worked with all trades to successfully coordinate the installation, which occurred just four days prior to going live. The installation involved opening the side of the building on the second floor and rigging them into the building, supporting the vendor installation team, closing the access hole in the side of the building and repairing all finishes that were affected during the installation.