Structural Steel / Metro Rail / Metro Rail Station Parking Garage in Denver, Colorado, USA
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Metro Rail Station Parking Garage in Denver, Colorado, USA
Solution provided by PGT:
It was a fast-paced project with majority of PGT scope being in the miscellaneous steel. PGT actively participated in Coordination with other trades for timely delivery and completed project on schedule.
Benefits / Challenges:
Fast paced projects with majority of our work in miscellaneous steel as our scope meant, PGT had to be agile and proactive in making sure there were no issues related to coordination from other trades since the start of the projects. Actively participating in coordination meetings and pursuing pressing RFIs, seeking clarifications on conflicting information, we were able to speed up our miscellaneous steel detailing without slow down while covered in time with the main steel scope with the overall project completed within agreed schedule, save for few last minutes changes in design.
Client feedback /appreciation if
Customer started a Dedicated Resource Center with us after successful execution of this project along with more projects with different challenges where we proved as a valuable partner.
"The team works hard and is willing to put in extra effort to hid deadlines, even when they are given at short notice. They seem to have a great understanding of the job requirements and can therefore produce effective modeling, drawings, RFI, etc. It is a real pleasure to work with the Pangulf Team! "
Electrical Contractor and Building Technologies Integrator based out of the USA
"Working with Pan Gulf have been good so far, they are very responsible and very proactive. Obviously at this point of the Job, I am just able to provide feedback on detailing and fabrication stage. Once the erection process starts, I can have a better idea on how good and clear the drawings are for our erection crew"
Structural Steel Fabricator in the USA
"It will take time to get the quality of drawings to Excellent – part of the reason is that our Revit models have a very unique workflow and have to be modelled very specifically to support our AR/VR and Estimating/QTO requirements. "
BIM Consulting Firm based in the USA