Correspondence folders will contain the written communication
pertaining to the project and will include letters, transmittals,
emails, and faxes. A folder containing meeting minutes as well
as conversation records will be available for access, review,
and printing. A Project Directory will be kept current with the
names and contact information of the people involved in the project.
Equipment Reports folders will have the most current room-by-room
equipment requirements list and department budget.
This report will be organized by department and room and will
contain the current listing of each equipment item and the quantity.
This list, as is the case for all our equipment reports, can
be presented with or without pricing. The next major report will
be the architectural equipment by room. This report shows
only that equipment that is determined to have architectural
impact and meant for the architects and engineers. There is an
additional report, Architectural Information Report, that is
focused on individual equipment items and their dimensional,
electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and related planning data. This reports
provides total quantity of each product and the room location
detail. The Cut Sheets folder contains all of the technical
data sheets that pertain to each architecturally significant
item and are filed individually for ease of locating. A "Project
Item" list is provided for quick access to the item
code identifier. Euthenics develops a Responsibility Matrix
report that defines planning, procurement, and installation responsibilities
for each item. This list is filed in its own folder with supporting
documents. Lastly, the Project Schedule is kept current
and is made available for review and printing.
Procurement reports will vary with each Client's requirements
but are typically organized for quick and easy access to the
progress of purchasing the equipment. The Tracking Logs
folder will have the current Cost tracking and PO tracking reports.
The cost tracking report will maintain and compare the actual
budget costs with the project budget. The PO tracking
log maintains the record of PO issue dates and other important
information. Request For Proposals (RFP's) are stored
online for easy reference and download as part of the bidding
process. Once we receive the Quotations for the product
or services, this information is filed in the appropriate folder.
lastly, important to the receiving and storage of the equipment
is the Receiving Reports folder. Current reports are posted
for reference and review.
CAD Drawings begin with Typical Rooms. Euthenics
begins the planning of a project by offering the end users and
architects equipment plans of "typical" rooms in the
project. This may be a typical OR, a typical patient room, etc.
The purpose of the typical room approach is to graphically show
the placement of the equipment that is contained in our equipment
requirements list. As the planning process continues, Euthenics
populates all of the rooms requiring equipment and publish Floor
Plans with the architecturally significant equipment placed
in the rooms. The Elevations folder contains elevated
drawings of the medical equipment and their placement on walls,
cabinets, and floors. The equipment has the item code designation
for quick reference to the equipment requirements list. Based
primarily on the progress of the equipment planning, Vendor
Drawings are collected to show the detail of placement in
the room with specific details pertaining to product installation
requirements. These drawings are available for review, when needed.
Project Access allows select and
current clients access to the data being developed for their
project(s). The data is pertinent to the client's interest and
use and should not be accessed by individuals who do not have
permission to review secure project data developed by Euthenics.
Entry to the Online Project Data site is available for the clients
listed below. Click on the Client name and then provide user
and password information.
Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital
Southcoast Hospitals Group
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