OSU Clinical Expansion Cancer and Critical Care Tower Construction Inspection Columbus, Ohio

Project Owner/Client: The Ohio State University

The new Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute and critical care center has been designed around a visionary construction model, which includes integrated spaces for research, education and patient care. It will be a living, working model of P4 Medicine (predictive, preventive, personalized and participatory) and personalized health care, transformative concepts in modern healthcare practice and delivery. The Medical Center Expansion project is part of the One Ohio State Framework, a 50-year master plan for University resource, building and land use. In accordance with the Framework, the Medical Center Expansion project includes large swaths of green space, including the new Phyllis Jones Legacy Park and the new Chlois G. Ingram “Spirit of Women” Park.

National Engineering & Architectural Services Inc. (NEAS Inc.) was hired as a subconsultant for construction inspection services for this project. NEAS Inc. Inspectors served on-site daily and were responsible for the inspection of the reinforcing steel and formwork for structural concrete placements. Additionally they documented quantities of earthwork and select fills, performed nuclear density testing and provided QA/QC testing for concrete placements, which have totaled 22,000 cubic yards this year to date. Our Inspectors prepare all field reports digitally and integrated them into the daily inspection team report.

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