We were awarded the Medical Center of Plano Bed Tower and CEP during the SD (schematic design) stage of documents. HCA challenged the construction team with a three part goal that included 60% of all construction would be preassembled/prefabricated offsite, shaving 10% off the overall schedule, and saving 10% of the project budget. Pretty lofty expectations for any project. With marching orders in hand, we went to work coordinating with JE Dunn and the other trade partners. The VDC/ BIM department took center stage with Bryson Murry leading the way while communicating and coordinating with Marty Diebold, Tim Duffield, Tony Kosmach, and Bill Ralston. After initial coordination, we settled on the following scope for prefab: homerun racks including joint MEP corridor and patient room racks complete with low voltage pathways as well as fire alarm, primary and secondary duct banks, underground main and emergency electrical rooms, modular branch electrical rooms, footwalls, “room in the box” for all assembles not provide by BLOX, and ceiling mounted assembles. Our goal is to continue to hone our prefabrication abilities and ultimately fabricate and kit at least 35% of all future projects.