C l i e n t: Rocky Mountain Cancer Center
F e a t u r e s
Rocky Mountain Cancer Center needed two scanners installed in there existing office. Our first task was to demolish an existing office next to a radiology vault. We then were to remodel this floor to install three different types of examination machines.
We had to work very closely with the staff to avoid
any inconvenience or discomfort to the patients caused by our
construction work. To accomplish
this, we did a considerable amount of work at odd hours to avoid causing undue
dust and noise problems. All of the
hallways and doors were sealed to keep any dust we created in the construction
Working with this type of
technology obviously requires a great deal of expertise
and experience. Our
subcontractors were pre-qualified to work with this technology.
All of the walls
were lead-lined. The doors and
window were also lead-lined and certified to withstand any radioactivity.
The floors were isolated and grounded to avoid any static electricity.
We meticulously performed
the job on schedule and within the budget.
Our customer was impressed and said, “Without
their cooperation and understanding, I believe the project would not have been
completed on schedule or within the budget as originally estimated.
They recognized the difficulty of completing a project within the
extremely tight schedule and without disturbance to the fully operational