Healthcare FF&E Inventory 2010-11
OSU Medical Campus McCampbell Hall Ambulatory Modifications Project
Nathalie J Siegel, AAIA, LEED AP BD+C was hired to sub-consult with a consultant firm in Columbus, Ohio to collaborate FF&E inventories for relocation. She applied Evidence Based Design approaches to this in order to test its limits and to attempt to push the healthcare discipline forward.
Scope: Lean approach for standardizing decision-making in modifying FF&E. Inventory on existing departments relocating to McCampbell:
(4) Cramblett (Nephrology, OB/GYN, Infecctious Disease Resarch, Surgery, Trauma & Burn)
(3) McCampbell (Endocrinology, Nisonger, Women’s Health)
(1) Gowdy (Women’s Health Center)
Responsibilities: Create CAD blocks and tag items for “e-inventory” database. Create a “collaborative transfer package” for modified floor plans. Material specifications, assessment data and field measurements were “tagged” into the items. “E-inventory” database to be used for future relocations and references.