|infissenege||Дата: Воскресенье, 08.09.2013, 15:25 | Сообщение # 1|
When finished, the CIGNA Office Building in Denton, Texas would provide a dramatic new home for the company's regional operations and the company was anxious to move. With 23% of the construction days lost to the rainiest spring in Texas's history and a completely undeveloped location with no infrastructure for the building, however, the initial schedule seemed impossible. Unfortunately, the leases were ending on CIGNA's previous locations and meeting the scheduled completion date was critical. This paper discusses the challenges to the schedule presented by significant days lost to weather and an undeveloped job site and how those challenges were overcome with a phased construction schedule, tilt-up construction and a collaborative relationship with the project's developer.
The CIGNA regional offices building in Denison, Texas provides a new operations center, call center and administrative facility for this nationally recognized insurance provider. http://build.net78.net CIGNA's Denison, Texas operations were previously housed in two separate buildings that offered no room for growth and were not considered "employee-friendly" facilities. The new building consolidates the business into one facility and provides a corporate headquarters-quality work environment for employees, with room to grow for the future.