The Broadmoor Way
The Broadmoor Way
The Broadmoor Way encompasses the 7 tenets of Broadmoor’s culture that have guided our progress since 1973. Everything we do goes back to our Core Purpose and values; To Honorably Serve Our Communities.
These values come through in our scheduling, quality control, technology, and innovation. Our commitment to this process is not only what sets us apart, but the key to our success.
The keys to our success center around our proactive team approach. When combined with our tools, processes, and technologies we achieve a higher level of success than our competitors. This is the Broadmoor Way.
The Broadmoor Way is built around the following our Core Tenets
With 48 years of experience, our team has been able to create a formula to encapsulate the culture that has driven our success.
We have an unwavering commitment to:
– Our Core Purpose
– Improving Rockefeller Habits
– Innovative Schedule Management
– Client-Centered Approach
– Multi-Tiered Quality Control
– Strategic Use of Technology
– Our LEAN Culture
Our Pre-Construction Process
Every element of the Broadmoor Way is intertwined with our process from design-build, to pre-construction, throughout construction, and beyond. We will guide you through the steps and share our process every step of the way to create the building you need to serve your community.
Some of the ways we maintain open and transparent communication throughout the pre-construction and construction phases include:
The Big Room Meeting
Target Value Design/ Value Engineering
Constructibility Issues – Field Operations in the Estimate
Cost Model/ Estimates & Component Pricing Capability
The Broadmoor Arena
Project Tracking/ Reporting
Lean is more than just an efficient approach to design and construction – it’s a culture built around teamwork, collaboration, planning, safety, and continuous improvement. “There was never a sense of doubt with their Lean Approach…” Shawn Lege’ Senior Associate Vice President of Tulane University, Planning, Design, and Construction discussing the construction of the Tulane University Dining Commons.
As the founder of the New Orleans Lean Construction Institute (LCI) Community of Practice in 2017, we have utilized and mastered a number of techniques in order to ensure a project is delivered on time, within budget, and with zero safety incidents. The “Lean Culture” we have built at Broadmoor is based on collaboration, safety, teamwork, and continuous improvement.
Throughout the preconstruction and construction phases, Broadmoor will utilize several Lean tools and practices. Our use of the Big Room Meeting, Conditions of Satisfaction, Target Value Design, and the Last Planner System in our work come straight out of the Lean Construction playbook. Utilizing a “Lean” philosophy, we insist teams work together in a collaborative environment, allowing a project to benefit from the collective knowledge of a team, typically eliminating waste, delays, and cost over-runs.