Carbon County Campus

For St. Luke's University Health Network

Sector: Healthcare

Located on St. Luke’s Carbon Campus, the acute care ground up hospital is the largest in the county. It provides full and specialty services for trauma, cardiology, neurology and radiology, and houses an emergency department, intensive care unit and operating rooms.
  • 80 beds, 17-bed ED
  • 3 stories, molded cornice
  • Built with LifeAire Systems air purifier that kills viruses
  • Owner Icon Owner: St. Luke’s University Health Network
  • Owner Icon Architect: BDA Architects
  • Owner Icon Location: Lehighton, PA
  • Owner Icon Square Feet: 158,000 SQ FT
Services Provided
  • Preconstruction
  • Construction
  • Lean
  • Sustainable Construction & Green Building
  • Prefabrication

"They understood what they needed to do very quickly, and that exceeded my expectations."

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Lee Levicoff

Network Vice President, Planning and Construction Management at St. Luke's University Health Network

IMC's Innovative Approach to Project Challenges

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The project and the pandemic began at the same time. Materials, labor and schedule were all adversely affected, requiring the project team to redefine processes, leverage collaboration and new tools to deliver the project rapidly.

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IMC leveraged their experience with the client and VDC to strategize opportunities for prefabrication.  Last Planner System and other Lean tools were implemented to enhance decision-making and collaboration.

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Over 95% of the headwalls were prefabricated offsite, shifting 1,500 hours into a controlled work environment. Through the adoption of Lean processes and use of BIM technology, the project was completed and in use ahead of schedule.

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