Attention to details
One of the keys to the success of this 750-ton, 24,000 sq ft, 4-story high extension was Canatal’s early involvement. Careful pre-planning with the client and the erector allowed us to iron out potential problems right from the start. Phase II Extension had a different structural steel design than Phase I.
Early on in the process, our connection engineering expertise and ingenuity was confronted with matching the two structures. Phase I wing walls created a second engineering challenge. Initial engineering and matching issues were promptly resolved because all parties really collaborated
Time Engineering. Time managing
In order to respect the agreed upon deadlines, structural steel fabrication started before the mechanical contractor was selected. This meant that coordination with other trades was crucial.
Our Time Engineering team made sure to ask the right questions at the right time, time managing detailing and approvals as well as fabrication. Skilfully accommodating evolving requirements, our in-house detailers delivered quality shop drawings, resulting in perfectly fitting steel members and connections as well as speeding up erection work at the job site. We delivered on time.
Canatal prides it self on altering work flow in ingenious and resourceful ways to accommodate fluctuating conditions. Again, we delivered on our commitment.