Naval Hospital Project Raises Bar on Safety and Productivity

Naval Hospital Project Raises Bar on Safety and Productivity

An in-depth look at the $50 million electrical work completed on Camp Pendleton's recent Naval Hospital project.

In today’s fast-paced electrical construction industry, it’s not often a project is completed six months ahead of schedule and with no lost time incidents. At the Naval Hospital at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, however, the construction team accomplished this feat by making safety an integral part of the job-site culture while working more than 2.5 million labor hours.

“I think it’s a great example of what can be accomplished when all the stakeholders work together,” says Ca

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