A facility manager can boost a healthcare project's ROI

October 20, 2015

Getting new healthcare buildings and additions to operate efficiently after the construction handoff is an increasing challenge, according to an article on the FacilityCare website.

Having the facilities department is at the table early can help in the handoff and boost a healthcare project’s ROI. 

A building handoff comes with challenges when facilities managers are handed a product with which they’re unfamiliar.

Project managers with some of the biggest general contractors in the country say that earlier involvement from the Facilities Department could improve the overall operation of new healthcare facilities.

Read the article.

 

 




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