Flexibility key to healthcare's new sustainability

A green facility's infrastructure must meet today’s and tomorrow’s compliance and operational requirements

October 29, 2015

Flexibility is key to healthcare’s new sustainability, according to an article on the Medical Construction & Design website. A green facility's infrastructure must meet today’s and tomorrow’s compliance and operational requirements

New forms of sustainability lead following trends including:

• Outsourcing. Large healthcare institutions are outsourcing the building and operations of their central utility plant to provide electrical energy, chilled water, steam and hot water.

• Photovoltaics. Roofs, parking structures or lots and building façades are all areas that arrays can be installed. 

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