highThe Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas is a once-in-a-lifetime project that will have a positive impact on lives and healthcare in Austin for decades to come. The team’s challenge was to maximize the dollars available to find creative solutions to meet Seton’s expectations for a teaching hospital and a platform for future healthcare for the Austin area.
Group Manager Greg Euston shares how collaboration and prefabrication contributed to a successful project while planning for future growth.
As the demand for the highest level of care and patient volumes increased, The University of Kansas Health System needed to expand its facilities. A nationally recognized hospital, it was also vital that the facility stay on top of technology and equipment, so doctors could further foster the best teaching environment using state-of-the-art techniques and innovative practices to equip future practitioners.
Vice President Shelly Koehler highlights how the team achieved the client's goals through shared ideas and innovative thinking from all partners.