Working In Occupied Space
75% of our projects take place on an institutional campus or in a working hospital, requiring that we know how to perform in and around sensitive occupied spaces. Our team makes sure we minimize disruptions, strategically coordinate any required shut-downs, ensure that safety remains paramount, display a professional appearance at all times, and are friendly and accommodating at every phase of the construction project.
Investment in Safety
Our Safety Director R.J. Fournier’s efforts and innovations have resulted in a highly effective safety program which stands above the competition. Our goal is to always provide a safe and injury-free environment for everyone in and around our project sites. Our project team reviews specific hazards associated with a project, and develops a project-specific safety plan that’s incorporated into all subcontract agreements and reviewed with all workers before entering the site. Our superintendents conduct weekly Toolbox Talks to review upcoming and ongoing activities with all foremen and address any specific safety concerns.
Quality begins at the planning stages of the project and must be built into every step along the way. Our team reviews material selections and construction details for constructability, serviceability and known project defects reported in the marketplace. We carefully review all product submittals to ensure conformance to the design documents and we inspect materials as they are delivered to the site to verify they are “as submitted.” Our site superintendent inspects all systems during installation to make sure they conform with the construction documents. We carefully check all systems through a rigorous startup process before they’re put into operation and turned over for use. And then Pariseault takes it one step further, by implementing a post-occupancy check-in to ensure everything is running smoothly and everyone is happy with the finished product.