Lauren Martinez, a recent graduate of the construction engineering and management program, was named Haselden Construction’s March MVP. She was nominated by members of the UCHealth Longs Peak project team because of her tireless efforts assisting the entire team with quality assurance/quality control, punchlist, and general issues that come up every day on-site.
Haselden MVPs are nominated by their peers and selected based on the following combination of company values, entrepreneurial spirit, and core behaviors: Entrepreneurial Spirit, Action, Humility, Passion, Bravery, Adaptability and Vulnerability.
From the nomination letter: Lauren not only pioneered utilization of QR codes with BIM 360 at Haselden, she also worked diligently with the owner, design team, her fellow Haselden team mates, and the BIM 360 help desk to ensure the system flowed seamlessly. Due to her efforts, punchlist on this 220,000 SF building is being recorded and completed in record time. The UCHealth Haselden team has received numerous compliments from the owner and the design team regarding the efficiency and organization of the punchlist process, and this is due in large part to Lauren’s efforts.
Not only are the QR codes being utilized for punchlist, they will remain in place after turnover of the building so that the owner can walk up to a room, scan the QR code, and pull up relevant information regarding the equipment in the room and any QC, maintenance, or warranty issues within that space.
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