How Sprouts Fixed Concrete Slabs Within 2 Days
SMU is a nationally-recoginized university located in Dallas, TX. Their facilities team were confronted with a last-minute request to refresh all the dorm rooms located at the Ware Commons building before residents returned from their summer break in five days.
The project scope required wall patching minor damages as directed in a lengthy punch list and touch up painting only.
SMU were under immense pressure to deliver a quality result within the deadline. They partnered with Omega Industries to take on the responsibility to organize materials, labor and strategically plan the rollout.
Case study date 16 January 2019
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The key issue/constraint for this project was the deadline could not be stretched. Therefore, in the planning stages our project team assessed major bottlenecks and developed best practice to maintain a high rate of production.
Every floor (3) of dorms were each grouped with 20 painters and 1 supervisor.
Omega’s made a decision to repaint walls wall instead of touching up.
All furniture was moved to the center of room and covered with drop sheets.
Any visible repair regardless if it was documented was repaired.
By first getting to know the project, we can deliver and execute a project strategy that exceeds our client’s expectations. Omega Industries delivered a large workforce with a strategy to overcome major production bottlenecks to complete the SMU
Omega’s concrete crew were able to manage the busy semi-trailer traffic loading routes. The project did not cause any disruption to Sprouts daily operations.
Sprouts were extremely pleased with their new reinforced concrete slabs throughout their distribution centre in Wilmer.
The cost of admin involved in checking the defect list, enquire about missing items and reviewing the completion far outweighed the cost of additional paint and labor required to paint all walls. Our client, was thrilled for not only the rollout speed, but the additional value achieved for a fresh coat of paint in an room rather than small touch-ups.
Omega effectively divided the workforce across each level to complete works simultaneously, creating friendly competition between crews and allowing a production line mentality of painting dorms.