Focus: Facility Design

Healthcare projects demand design and practicality

March 28, 2017

Despite the high cost and aggressive construction schedules, the new standards of the healthcare market still need to be understood and met, according to an article on the New England Real Estate Journal website.

Building owners, architects and contractors continue to learn and find new ways of providing offices for healthcare tenants that address their needs.

As hospitals and health organizations open clinics in the suburbs, landlords have offered 10-year deals to cover construction costs and provide the level of fit and finish practitioners need, the article said.

Architects and designers have created upgrades within a budget while  addressing the patient experience.

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