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We Have Moved!!

Jun 29, 2017

Located just minutes from our current location, our new production facility will increase PIVOTEK’s production capacity while maintaining PIVOTEK’s high quality manufacturing standards. Please note our new address: 8910 LeSaint…

Saving Time with Modular Bathroom Pods

Modular Building Institute
Jan 13, 2017

PIVOTek’s bathrooms are built in a factory setting which offer you fewer defects. This offsite construction method allows us the ability to research and implement aesthetic and functional innovations to better improve the quality of the bathroom pod.

NBBJ hospital design earns LEED Silver status

Aug 12, 2011

An expansion of the Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton has received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for its energy efficiency and the recycling of materials during construction.

The Columbus office of NBBJ designed the 12-story patient tower and an environmentally friendly revamping of the medical campus. The 484,000-square-foot, 178-bed project will be 54 percent more energy-efficient than comparable hospitals, NBBJ said. The project also earned points toward the LEED rating through the prefabrication of some aspects of construction that helped reduce 78 percent of construction waste going to landfills.

Racking Up Big Points for Prefab

Sep 8, 2010

Hospital team is gung ho about the potential of multitrade prefab to produce better buildings faster, more safely and for less money. In the most ambitious U.S. implementation of the…

Pre-fab construction praised as time-saver

Mar 23, 2010

Problems with the soil on the site of a new 12-story addition to the Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio, set the $135 million project back some 15 weeks, Bob Eling, the hospital’s director of strategic construction, told attendees at the American College of Healthcare Executives annual congress in Chicago. However, through the use of pre-fabrication construction methods, they were able to gain eight of those weeks back, Eling said.