Plan, Procure, Place

Plan

Make the right equipment decisions.

Comprehensive reports and budgets aligned with your needs.

In the planning stage, our key objectives are:

  • Establish a responsible equipment plan and budget for all departmentsbalancing clinical needs, clinician desires, and overall project budget
  • Develop an equipment schedule incorporating project design and construction milestones and planning activities
  • Provide the project team with the necessary technical data for all equipment deemed to have architectural significance to the design of the building and/or its systems
  • Identify responsibilities to eliminate duplication effort
  • Support the Integrated Project Delivery method

Procure

Make the right equipment decisions at the right time

Source specified equipment to achieve construction schedule.

In the procurement stage, our key objectives are:

  • Ensure the equipment and the required utilities are accurately reflected on the drawing, the documents are purchase ready, and the original design intent is conveyed to all bidders
  • Develop a purchasing prioritization schedule to ensure that the most criticalequipment is scheduled for procurement in timeframes to support the overallconstruction schedule
  • Establish detailed procurement procedures and clearly define the separation of responsibilities between medical facility purchasing and Turner MRS
  • Appropriately configured equipment is purchased within budget with terms
  • Support the project schedule and logistical needs
  • Conduct a bid review to compare planned requirements with actual requirements
  • Communicate rough-in requirements for purchased equipment to the design team

Place

Make the right equipment decisions for the right reasons.

Avoid construction conflicts to ensure delivery and installation objectives.

In the placing stage, our key objectives are:

  • Deliver and install equipment when needed to maintain schedule and protect prior to project completion
  • Quickly resolve RFIs related to medical equipment
  • Assist the project team in initial review of any medical equipment related change requests
  • Employ and inventory system to track deliveries, receiving of equipment, and distribution at the site
  • Establish the care and custody procedures for receiving full or partial shipments and how to mark exceptions

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JOB OPPORTUNITIES

  • Mechanical/Electrical Engineer - NY Business Unit

    Manage, evaluate and assess information related to MEP systems necessary to construct the project on time, within budget and to the quality specified by the contract documents. Has supervisory responsibility for Assistant Engineers, Engineering Assistants, and Interns. The MEP Engineer is the individual on the project responsible for building the MEP systems “on paper.” Reports to MEP Manager, Project Engineer, Project Manager, Project Executive.

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • Manager - Mechanical Electrical/Plumbing - NY Business Unit

    Responsible for preconstruction, engineering and field installation of all MEP systems for the business unit or region. Reports to: Operations Manager or Senior Operations Manager  

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • Superintendent - NY Business Unit

    Leads, directs and coordinates the work of subcontractors and/or Turner trade labor. The Superintendent is responsible for ensuring safety, schedule delivery, quality of work performed and adherence to budget of the project. The Superintendent has supervisory responsibility for Assistant Superintendents, Field Engineers, Interns and trade labor in his/her area of responsibility. Reports to: Project Superintendent, Project Manager or Project Executive

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • Marketing Specialist - BIM/LEAN/HQ

    Provides overall marketing support to the Chief Innovation Officer, National Lean Manager, and National BIM Manager creating high quality proposals, presentations, correspondence, and marketing materials. Reports to: National BIM Manager    

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • Engineer - NYBU

    Manage, evaluate and assess information necessary to construct the project on time, within budget and to the quality specified by the contract documents. Has supervisory responsibility for Assistant Engineers, Engineering Assistants, and Interns. The Engineer is the individual on the project responsible for building the overall project “on paper.” Reports to: Project Engineer, Project Manager or Project Executive  

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • Administrative Assistant - NY Business Unit

    General Provisions: The Administrative Assistant provides administrative support to a department or business unit.

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • Claims Manager - NY Business Unit

    The Claims Manager is responsible for managing day-to-day insurance and claims matters at the local BU level. The position may supervise Business Unit Claims Coordinators and/or Sr. Claims Coordinators.

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • Insurance Manager - NY Business Unit

    The Insurance Manager is responsible for managing day-to-day insurance and claims matters at the local BU level. The position may supervise Business Unit Insurance Coordinators and/or Sr. Insurance Coordinators.

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • Accountant - Op Finance - NY Business Unit

    Position Description: Lead all financial administration and fiscal management aspects of the project. The Accountant will ensure that all team members, including project manager, superintendent, and engineer are following Turner Financial Policy and Procedures, and will communicate any potential profitability or risk to management. Reports to: Accounting Manager, Senior Accountant

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

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