Monthly Archives: April 2016

Integrating Flexibility Into Health Care Construction

Building medical facilities requires a different approach than is used for other types of commercial construction. The pace of technological advancement and the changing needs of an aging population require buildings that can flex and grow at the same pace as the medical industry.

This can pose a challenge to architects and construction companies. It is vitally important that medical construction projects are handled by companies that understand these unique challenges and are ready and able to respond accordingly. […]

Best Practices for Health Care Renovation and Construction

Should you build a new health care facility? Or should you renovate a current facility? That’s the billion dollar question.

You have to take into account the needs of the facility and the available options. If there’s not much physical space for expansion or if modernizing the facility isn’t cost-effective, it makes sense to start from scratch with a new facility.

But if a health care campus has a great existing location, is in good condition and has the space available to continue to grow, there’s no reason to pick up and start over. In these cases, the argument should be made for renovating. […]

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