The Parkview Regional Medical Center is a $536 million project that began in 2008. Trinity Safety Group has had the opportunity to contribute in the successful safety performance on the project by representing three Prime Contractors. The contractors that have been represented by Trinity Safety Group have been involved in the steel erection, concrete installation, fire proofing, framing of walls and drywall installation.
Trinity Safety Group's Site Safety Management System (S²MS) and the Dbo2 observation system have been utilized on this project to track leading and lagging indicators. The use of this information has been vital to the successful safety performance on the Parkview Regional Medical Center Project.
Parkview Regional Medical Center by the numbers:
Six acres of roof area
900,000 square feet
54,000 cubic yards of concrete
2,050 plumbing fixtures
10 miles of concrete curb
19 miles of interior walls
32 miles of ventilation ductwork
400 miles of fiber optic cable
1,200 miles of copper wire
1.1 million square feet of parking and roads
8,250 tons of steel
9,127 beams and columns
415 loads of steel delivered
The University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital was a $450 million, 1 million square foot expansion of the existing hospital that was completed in 2010. The project was a cornerstone for a new 20-year, $2.5 billion expansion that will allow for the step-by-step replacement of the existing hospital.
Trinity Safety Group provided full-time risk management of the construction activities associated with the windows and erection of curtain walls.
The Howard Hanson Dam Project was an installation of a 450 foot long by 170 foot deep curtain abutment that contains 20,185 cubic feet of grout. The curtain abutment ensures that the proper amount of storm water is collected to supply the drinking water for the city of Tacoma, Washington.
Trinity Safety Group representatives were responsible for the oversight of all construction activities. A major emphasis was placed on excavation and confined space safety of personnel involved in to project.
The JW Marriott Project - Indianapolis is a $450,000,000 dollar project with 1,500,000 square foot, a 34 story facility consisting of two hotels, a 1,005-room hotel attached by a 400,000 square foot ballroom, 20,000 square foot of exhibition space, 31 meeting rooms and a 400,000 square foot parking garage.
Trinity Safety Group provided safety representation that implemented our Site Safety Management System. Representatives conducted daily site orientation, daily safety observations, completed task training, developed and implemented daily Task Hazard Analysis. The completion of these activities assisted in providing a safe working environment for all personnel on the project.
Trinity Safety Group played a major role in the successful safety performance on the $1 billion Indianapolis Airport Midfield Project. Five of our team members were involved in the contractor safety program. We represented a wide variety of contractors that included:
Trinity Safety Group was hired by Nucor Steel to develop contractor HSE requirements, a contractor pre-qualification and environmental process. We also conducted a contractor-training audit to ensure each craft person was adequately trained and that supporting documentation was submitted by each contractor. Our team members facilitated weekly safety meetings with site personnel and conducted various training sessions that were developed specifically for work at the Nucor Steel facility. Nucor Steel utilized Trinity Safety Group as an active partner to represent them in building a sustainable safety process and culture.
Trinity Safety Group is working with multiple contractors throughout the United States on Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) projects. Trinity Safety Group continues to build a strong relationship with the contractors and the ACOE by providing comprehensive support within the ACOE safety program while maintaining a personal approach. Listed below are past and current Army Corps of Engineer projects in which Trinity Safety Group has been or is currently involved.
The Army Corps of Engineers McCook Reservoir CUP: Soil Nail Wall Project was the construction of a 14,250 square foot permanent soil nail wall that consisted of 2:1 slopes on either end of the soil nail wall. This created a wall length of 520 feet. Activities on the project included major excavations, drilling of soil nail holes into the ground, placing and grouting of encapsulated nail bar tendons and application of shotcrete reinforcement.
Trinity Safety Group provided full time risk management for this project and implemented the Accident Hazard Analysis and Accident Prevention Plan according to the Army Corps specifications. Representatives also assisted in the preplanning and implementation of all high risk activities to ensure that personnel were provided with a safe working environment.
The McCook Reservoir Project was located at the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago. Trinity Safety Group managed all aspects of safety related to the construction of the 7,500 lineal foot cut-off wall. This wall was constructed through overburden with a key into the bedrock. This $15 million project worked over 100,000 man hours without a lost time incident.
The McCook Grout Curtain Wall Installation consisted of a 2,700 linear feet of double row grout curtain around the perimeter for the reservoir installed to depths of 325 feet in bedrock with 60-75 feet of over-burden. The total drilled footage was in excess of 135,000 linear feet in solid rock.
The Canton Dam project consists of the installation and construction of a new, auxillary spillway. The work requires the excavation of 1.6 million cubic yards of material to create the new channel. The spillway excavation will be supported by a diaphragm walls with permanent anchors. Canton Lake is used for flood control, generating power, navigation, irrigation and supplying potable water.
Trinity Safety Group is providing total site safety management and design for the installation of a 450-foot-long double-lined grout curtain into the dam. The grout curtain excavation depth is 170 feet and the grout curtain will extend fifteen feet in to bedrock. The curtain will be comprised of high and low mobility, balanced and stable grout.
The Indiana Convention Center Phase V Project was a $275 million project. The project consisted of demolition of the RCA Dome and adding a 420,000 square foot, multi-story addition. Trinity Safety Group worked exclusively with the General Contractor in the management of the safety performance for multiple general trade contractors. We designed and conducted daily orientation, completed daily safety observations and conducted all necessary training specific to the project. Our team worked in conjunction with the Construction Manager and ISCSA on coordinating construction work in active Convention Center areas. This scope of work was successfully completed with zero recordable and lost time incidents.
Gold Rush was the construction of a $1.4 billion paper mill in Salt Lake City, Utah. A Trinity Safety Group team member was responsible for managing all aspects of safety for the earth stabilization process which included over 700 auger castings, two cranes and multiple pieces of heavy equipment performing mass excavation work. A very stringent safety program governed this project. Trinity Safety Group managed and developed all aspects of safety on this project to minimize loss and exposure. Our services included: developing a site safety plan, site orientation, daily safe to work plan, security, equipment inspection process and facilitating the substance abuse program. This project was completed without a lost time or recordable incident.
"I have worked with Jason on several jobs, tasks, and training programs. Jason and Trinity Safety Group are professional, knowledgeable and can get the job done in a safe and timely manner. I would recommend Trinity Safety Group for any safety project. In a recent job change, I will be having Trinity Safety Group conduct on-site training for all of our mobile equipment."