Project Collaboration Helps Build Mental Health Facility

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Project Collaboration Helps Build Mental Health Facility

Posted on June 29, 2020

New construction projects can experience a variety of challenges, but with creativity, communication, engineering expertise, and reliable products, these complex jobs can be completed.

A perfect example of such effective project collaboration is the new NeuroDiagnostic Institute (NDI) in Indianapolis, Indiana. Construction began in 2016, with an ambitious completion date only two years later. With the help of Victaulic’s Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) team and its Advanced Groove System (AGS) large diameter products, the project met its aggressive deadline.

“With the condensed schedule, it was even more imperative that we were able to use Victaulic solutions,” says Chris Gatewood, vice president of Commercial Air, the project’s mechanical contractor. “I think it saved the project.”

This project was recently highlighted in two popular industry publications, Engineered Systems, and  Plumbing Engineer. Click through to read the full case study.

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