Health Care Construction

Given the widespread changes in healthcare construction, the approach to planning a successful project has changed — whether a new hospital, facility renovation or clinic construction. A strong, modern approach to healthcare construction includes several key elements that improve patient outcomes, including:

  • Supporting core care functions and goals
  • Evidence-based design
  • A long-term plan to support your facility over its lifecycle
  • Innovation, collaboration and value engineering
  • Sustainability

Healthcare construction is now about retooling spaces to focus energy on core care elements. Every design element must be deliberate, thought out and justified by a functional purpose. Design decisions take into account the return on investment (ROI) and value they deliver, not just aesthetics. In other words, design must blend seamlessly into construction to solve business problems. Every aspect of your build should support treatment functions, care efficiencies and positive experiences for staff, patients and families

Healthcare construction

Throughout the years healthcare design and construction evolve as technological developments, medical breakthroughs and regulatory environments have impacted our nation’s facilities. Today, care providers are transitioning from a volume-based care model to a value-based care model — one that requires healthcare design and construction to support patient outcomes and population health management.