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Ft. Bliss Replacement Hospital

El Paso, TX

Currently in Construction, this new Army Hospital has a construction budget of nearly $1 billion.  We have worked closely with the general contractor to help facilitate construction.  Stubbs Engineering designed shoring and construction sequences for concrete pours, temporary structure used during construction, and assisted the contractor with proposing substitutions to the design team.  We have completed thirteen task orders for this project.

Client: Clark McCarthy Health Partnership II

Brickell City Centre

Miami, FL

Currently in Construction, the Miami Brickell City Centre project includes three buildings includes - a 41 story office tower, 565,000 sq.ft. shopping center, and a 390 unit condominium tower.  Stubbs Engineering provided construction engineering services for wind lateral analysis on partially built structures, temporary lateral bracing design, floor analysis for staging material during construction, and cribbing design for staging material on the floor​.

Client: Peterson Beckner Industries

Resolute Health Hospital - Fall Protection System
New Braunfals, TX

Stubbs Engineering was hired to devise a safety cable harness system to support steel workers during construction of this multi-story hospital. The safety system was required to meet OSHA code 1926.502. The system was supported by the structural members of the building, allowed the system to move to a new location as construction progressed, and allowed for minimum disruption and maximum productivity for
the steel workers. 

Client: Peterson Beckner Industries

​St. Francis Health System Trauma Emergency Center Tower Expansion
Tulsa, OK

This $200 million, nine-story expansion and renovation to the St. Francis Hospital addition is 500,000 sq.ft.  Stubbs Engineering designed temporary bracing to be used to support the structure during construction. We also provided recommendations for temporary lateral bracing of castellated beams on each of the five levels and temporary bracing support for a cantilevered floor. Designs included a rigging plan for lifting and bracing box trusses at the ambulatory entrance of the hospital. Stubbs Engineering evaluated the structure to be used as a staging area for materials during construction, making construction more efficient. We also evaluated the floor so it could support construction equipment including scissor lifts and temporary generators. We also designed a means to temporarily support pre-cast panels that had already been erected so that adjustments could be made to accommodate the elevator.

Client: Peterson Beckner Industries