GHA Rapid Rehab
THE GHA RAPID REHAB TEAM GHA Rapid Rehab Scattered Sites was a complex project requiring coordination between three or four active sites at a time. The WEAVERCOOKE team was considerate of residents while also maintaining an aggressive schedule and implementing Rapid Rehab techniques on a large scale. The entire GHA team had the drive and adaptability to meet the project’s challenges, all while being considerate of the fact that they were working every day in people’s homes.
OVERVIEW This Greensboro Housing Authority renovation project involved extensive renovations to 645 units at nine different sites across the city of Greensboro. The interior of each unit was completely redone, and the exteriors were given new finishes and fixtures. All ADA/UFAS units were modified to be in compliance with current codes and requirements. This project had an aggressive schedule, with the first 495 units required to be completed within nine months of breaking ground. Utilizing management and scheduling techniques modeled after the Lean Construction principles, our team met this ambitious goal.
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GREENSBORO HOUSING AUTHORITY RAPID REHAB
Overview of GHA Rapid Rehab project GHA Rapid Rehab exterior
IMPACT Greensboro Housing Authority provides public and low-income housing in one of the many areas throughout North Carolina that desperately needs affordable housing. Over time, normal wear and tear adds up on any property. With low-income housing, it is important to provide restorative services while minimizing the impact to the community. If residents are asked to leave their neighborhoods for the months—or even years—it can take to rehabilitate an apartment complex using traditional methods, they often won’t return to the area once the renovations are complete. By allowing residents to remain in their homes during the rehabilitation, with minimal off-limit days, we were able to provide renovations without disrupting the existing neighborhoods. The residents served by the Greensboro Housing Authority are now enjoying a higher standard of living without the need to undergo any serious disruption of their daily routine.
GHA Rapid Rehab Impact of GHA Rapid Rehab project
Sam Sink Superintendent
Brandon Mayes Assistant Superintendent
Rudy Mahdinec Superintendent
Eddie Conner Superintendent
Andy Ferguson Assistant Superintendent
Danny Ferguson Superintendent
Jeff Patterson Superintendent
Natasha Gaggar Project Coordinator
Steve Allison
Steve Allison Project Executive
Jamie Dorsey
Jamie Dorsey Assistant Project Manager
Courtney Field
Courtney Field Project Manager
Kelley McClure
Kelley McClure Superintendent
Bobby Ferguson
Bobby Ferguson Assistant Superintendent
Frank Sorg
Frank Sorg Project Manager
John Hoots
John Hoots Preconstruction
GHA Rapid Rehab
GREENSBORO HOUSING AUTHORITY RAPID REHAB
OVERVIEW This Greensboro Housing Authority renovation project involved extensive renovations to 645 units at nine different sites across the city of Greensboro. The interior of each unit was completely redone, and the exteriors were given new finishes and fixtures. All ADA/UFAS units were modified to be in compliance with current codes and requirements. This project had an aggressive schedule, with the first 495 units required to be completed within nine months of breaking ground. Utilizing management and scheduling techniques modeled after the Lean Construction principles, our team met this ambitious goal.
Overview of GHA Rapid Rehab project
THE GHA RAPID REHAB TEAM GHA Rapid Rehab Scattered Sites was a complex project requiring coordination between three or four active sites at a time. The WEAVERCOOKE team was considerate of residents while also maintaining an aggressive schedule and implementing Rapid Rehab techniques on a large scale. The entire GHA team had the drive and adaptability to meet the project’s challenges, all while being considerate of the fact that they were working every day in people’s homes.
GHA Rapid Rehab exterior
IMPACT Greensboro Housing Authority provides public and low-income housing in one of the many areas throughout North Carolina that desperately needs affordable housing. Over time, normal wear and tear adds up on any property. With low- income housing, it is important to provide restorative services while minimizing the impact to the community. If residents are asked to leave their neighborhoods for the months—or even years—it can take to rehabilitate an apartment complex using traditional methods, they often won’t return to the area once the renovations are complete. By allowing residents to remain in their homes during the rehabilitation, with minimal off-limit days, we were able to provide renovations without disrupting the existing neighborhoods. The residents served by the Greensboro Housing Authority are now enjoying a higher standard of living without the need to undergo any serious disruption of their daily routine.
GHA Rapid Rehab Impact of GHA Rapid Rehab project
Sam Sink Superintendent
Brandon Mayes Assistant Superintendent
Rudy Mahdinec Superintendent
Eddie Conner Superintendent
Andy Ferguson Assistant Superintendent
Danny Ferguson Superintendent
Jeff Patterson Superintendent
Natasha Gaggar Project Coordinator
Steve Allison
Steve Allison Project Executive
Jamie Dorsey
Jamie Dorsey Assistant Project Manager
Courtney Field
Courtney Field Project Manager
Kelley McClure
Kelley McClure Superintendent
Bobby Ferguson
Bobby Ferguson Assistant Superintendent
Frank Sorg
Frank Sorg Project Manager
John Hoots
John Hoots Preconstruction