Faithful+Gould Present Stroger Hospital Case Study

Leslie Marcum
Dave Scott and team delivered the case study at the Midwest Healthcare Engineering Conference at the Indiana Convention Center.

Faithful+Gould Operations Director Dave Scott and project team members Environmental Systems Design and Johnson Controls spoke at the Midwest Healthcare Engineering Conference and Trade Show on November 12th at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Dave discussed the John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County: Fundamental and Enhanced Construction Management Case Study which touched on Faithful+Gould’s guaranteed energy performance and clean steam piping replacement project at the hospital. The presentation included the day to day risks and challenges, security and logistics, unique requirements, communication and scheduling that this contract entails.

Dave states, “Stroger Hospital is a 1.2 million square foot public healthcare facility that receives over 155,000 ER patients each year, which includes approximately 600 gunshot victims, 260 stab wound victims and over 900 traffic accident patients. In 2013, Stroger’s physicians performed 5,242 inpatient and 6,664 outpatient surgeries. It is one of the largest and busiest public hospitals in the country."

"The projects that we have undertaken within the hospital have required us to be very creative and flexible with our construction methods, coordination, equipment shutdowns and scheduling. It was a great opportunity to share this experience with other healthcare constituents at the conference!”

...It was a great opportunity to share this experience with other healthcare constituents at the conference!

Dave Scott, Faithful+Gould's Director - Operations

Designed for busy healthcare engineering professionals in the Midwest, the Midwest Healthcare Engineering Conference and Trade Show provides valuable education and ongoing opportunities to discuss emerging issues and best practices with industry experts, colleagues and vendors. This three-day conference provides the most up-to-date information from the best leaders in the industry.

The team spoke to more than 50 attendees from throughout the healthcare industry. Faithful+Gould Business Development Manager Nancy Kiernan was among the crowd and stated “this is the event where all of the healthcare facility managers show up and the Faithful+Gould team did a great job of illustrating their ability to keep Stroger Hospital operational in spite of numerous system failures and mechanical upgrades.”

This event was sponsored by the ASHE affiliated chapters: Indiana Society for Healthcare Engineering, Southern Illinois Chapter of Healthcare Engineers and the Ohio Society for Healthcare Facilities Management.

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