This 239,000 square foot state-of-the-art performance training and athletic medical center is comprised of three structures, connected to give the impression of continuous development.
Early on in the project, the Christman/Brinker team sought out creative ways to guarantee manpower and provide schedule certainty in a market where the workforce is currently saturated. This led to the team negotiating self-perform work for multiple trades, including concrete, building flatwork and foundations, interior and exterior glazing, general trades, flooring, and electric. The team also developed and deployed a self-perform mentor protégé program that selected smaller, Detroit-based trade contractor companies to take part in a variety of on-site educational and development opportunities.
Client | The Platform
Location | Detroit, Michigan
Project Value | $90M
# of Subs | 30+
InSight | Software used to report out for Detroit’s Civil Rights, Inclusion & Opportunities Office (CRIO). Tracked wages, workers, Union Affiliation