Our fully integrated delivery model results in distinct advantages for our clients. Under this model, we can provide the owner with one contract and single source responsibility for the development, design, and construction of healthcare facilities. This saves time and money by eliminating the risks of adversarial relationships, poor communication, and coordination between the contractor and architect inherent in traditional delivery models.
ERDMAN has constructed thousands of healthcare facilities across the nation. Our architects and engineers work side by side in a collaborative studio setting every day that interfaces directly with our construction management, budgeting, and scheduling professionals, functioning as a unified team with an advanced, shared, technological platform and encourages cross-disciplinary cooperation that fuels innovation and eliminates potential design conflicts and constructability issues. Our exceptional approach to communication and coordination with strategic planners, engineers, architects, construction managers, and budgeting and scheduling professionals allows us to deliver 99.5 percent of our projects on-time, and 98 percent on-budget.
Facilities & Operations
“Our Integrative Thinking model of construction professionals, strategists, architects and engineers working in a studio environment daily provides value by saving time and money. With shared operational logic and an emphasis on achieving results, instead of spending time managing multiple entities with misaligned organizational goals, our construction teams concentrate on safety, the quality of work, and on our clients’ needs when delivering healthcare facilities.”
The 18 month construction and delivery of Lehigh Valley Health Network’s 160,000 SF Family Health Pavilion in Bethlehem, PA. In addition to the delivery of the project, structural steel was also supplied and fabricated by Building Supply Group, a division of ERDMAN.
Strategic expansion will help this health system grow market share and strengthen community ties.
Becoming more competitive by taking surgical care to the next level via multiple healthcare facilities.
Improving the patient experience for an underserved population, despite a tight budget.