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Specialist for Facility Planning in Healthcare
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A Project Managers Makes A Difference During Planning and Design
A Hospital Can Be Pretty, Comfortable and Family Friendly
Decisions Made By Owners Before Design is Finalized
A Model Critical Access Hospital (CAH) for Rural America
Renovation For A Critical Access Hospital (CAH)
Site Planning and Project Constraints
As An Architect, Our Vision Is Understanding Goals and Objectives, Develop Concepts and Prepare a Creative Master Plan (MP)
Construction Does Require That Users Commission the Project, Take Ownership and Remain Involved Throughout The Project
The VISUALS That Planners Use Define Clearly The Issues and Assist With the New Designs That Ultimately Users Agree To
Creative ARCHITECTURE Involves Electronic/Digital Plans and Handheld Information/iPad Style – Changes and Updates Occur Quickly and Real Time
Great Interior Design Can Occur on Site and Long Distance…Great Firms Work With WebEx and Go To Meeting To Make Timely Decisions.
At Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital, The Emergency Department is Clearly Accessible, Structured Parking Connects to the IP/OP Areas and Universal Rooms Are Efficient.
Nursing Workstations Are Efficient, Accessible, Maintainable and Family Friendly.
We Can Change The Plan On the Job.
Smiling and Happy Users Make Architecture Fun – Jim Easter Understands User Expectations As A Planner and A Director.
The Days of the LARGE, MONOLITHIC ACUTE CARE HOSPITALS are over. The new era mandates lean, efficient and flexible buildings.
The Mercy System of Ohio merged to acute care Sites Into One.
Demolition and Site Improvements Left Useable Land for Future Development and Healthy Neighborhoods.
The New Design for the Improved and Efficient Facility, Served to Support Gentrification of the Downtown area.
Great ARCHITECTURE Mandates Responsive Interior Design, Materials and Signage.
The Beauty Found IN Healthcare Design is About Access, Quality and Cost.
More Staff Involvement Permits Understanding, Awareness and Precision With A/E/C and Vendor Working As Partners.
Yes, The Project Manager/Owner’s Representative Is A Hands On Team Member.
When The Staff Accept The Design and The Project Begins to Become A Reality, The Architect’s Work Begins In Earnest
There Is No Substitute for VISUALS That Demonstrate Scale, Proximity and Functionality.
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