Project brief: Whidbey Health hospital expansion

Project brief: Whidbey Health hospital expansion


Aerial shot of Whidbey Hospital

When Andersen Construction started logging punch items in this 60,000 square-foot hospital expansion, they turned to Bridgit Tasks. Their project engineers use Bridgit Field to assess each space quickly, saving them a couple hours per day.

The stats

  • 60,000 square feet

  • 2 storeys

  • 39 patient beds, 21 surgical rooms, 6 labour & delivery rooms

This expansion is an inpatient wing connecting to the existing Whidbey Health Hospital, which continues to operate throughout construction. Project Engineer Chris Hong uses Bridgit Field to log deficiencies quickly and save time on subcontractor management:

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The biggest challenge right now is coordinating all the work, and delivering a product on schedule. Bridgit Field helps us by organizing all the punch list items into one program. And it helps me and the other Project Engineers assess the space quickly.
— Chris Hong, Project Engineer at Andersen Construction

 



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Lauren Lake

Lauren Lake is the COO and co-founder at Bridgit. She holds a degree in Civil Structural Engineering and is well-versed in construction workforce management and resource planning processes. Lauren has been named to the Forbes Manufacturing & Industry 30 Under 30 and Best Of Canada Forbes Under 30 Innovators lists. Lauren has presented at industry events and conferences, including BuiltWorlds, Canadian Construction Association, Procore Groundbreak, and more. Follow Lauren on LinkedIn and Instagram.


  

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