Identifying Prefabrication Strategies During Project Preconstruction

Andrea LaMontBuilding Services, New ConstructionLeave a Comment

preconstruction project planning

McKenney’s knows that proper planning in the preconstruction phase of a building project is key to ensuring that construction moves forward on time and finishes on budget.  We develop and implement prefabrication strategies to make the construction process simpler and more efficient.  This works particularly well for projects that are on a tight schedule by eliminating potential delays. Prefabrication means … Read More

Servicing Facilities that Serve Us

Scott FabreCommunity, Energy Services, Healthcare, HVAC, New Construction, PlumbingLeave a Comment

Hospital

As the seasons change and the weather get colder, healthcare facilities get busier and busier. Viruses start to spread, and patients frantically schedule last-minute checkups and operations before the end of the year. During this season, healthcare facilities see many more patients, often straining their resources and facilities. It is important that during this time of increased demand, we show … Read More

Preconstruction Strategies – Sequencing vs Phasing

Andrea LaMontNew ConstructionLeave a Comment

Preconstruction Strategy planning

Construction sequencing and construction phasing are essential elements of the preconstruction process for any large commercial build, structural addition, or major renovation.  Large projects like these can take months to complete, so properly managing the sequencing and phasing is critical for reducing operational inefficiencies, keeping the work on track, and avoiding unnecessary interruptions and downtime. What is construction sequencing? Construction … Read More

Engineering For Easy Service

Ryan YarboroughBIM & Construction Technology, Building Services, Data Centers, Engineering Solutions, Healthcare, HVAC, Mechanical, New Construction, PlumbingLeave a Comment

At McKenney’s the systems we install are becoming more complicated by the day; it is not uncommon for service and accessibility to fall by the wayside during system layout. We are often asked to squeeze our ductwork and piping into a very crowded ceiling. Once other trades install their devices, it can become a challenge to come back to our … Read More

3 Ways to Prioritize Our Most Valuable Resource

Collin BarfieldData Centers, Engineering Solutions, New Construction, TechnologyLeave a Comment

The Mission Critical construction world has long-embraced prefabrication and offsite component manufacturing. Prefabrication, in particular, was identified early in the industry as a catalyst to reduce project schedules and get whitespace online as quickly as possible. With the demand for Mission Critical projects growing faster than the workforce that builds them, it is becoming more important than ever to find … Read More