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The team experience [with GE Johnson] will remain as the most rewarding of my career.
In my 33 years of experience as an architect, this has been the best experience of my career. Every team member, from the beginning of the project on, has had an attitude of providing a facility for patient care and healing that is second-to-none.
GE Johnson has set the bar for what we are expecting from construction management firms to fully integrate BIM information usefully during construction.
This building is saving us about 50 percent in energy costs over the building it replaced. We achieved what we set out to accomplish.
With GE Johnson at our side, we were able to deliver both a project and a budget – and gain enthusiastic support from the community – which translated into the Fine Arts Center’s most successful capital campaign as well as a completed project.
We have worked with GE Johnson since 2003 and have found their performance to be outstanding in all regards.
GE Johnson is far more than just our general contractor of choice. I recommend them without hesitation as they consistently demonstrate the ability to execute the clients’ needs as their own, regardless of the circumstance.
We thank GE Johnson for their role in this journey and for the many talented GE Johnson personnel, whether in the corporate office, the construction trailer or the men doing the labor in the field. Each person on the job site was respectful and really cared about the quality of their work and their contribution to the project.
It was not until we met with GE Johnson Construction Company that we felt we had a contractor we could work with and who understood our project and its requirements and needs.
GE Johnson, in a joint venture with Mortenson Construction recently completed the Vanier Football Complex at Kansas State University. The project is part of the Bill Snyder Family Stadium Master Plan, and was completed ahead of schedule and in time for the 2015 NCAA Football season!
After nearly two years of construction, the ribbon was cut on the new 350,000 square foot ‘hospital of the future’ on February 26, 2015.
The multi-year transformation of Craig Hospital continues with the recently completed second phase of the project. In total, the $65 million multi-faceted addition and renovation will span five phases.