Source: Bisnow

Few construction projects are as complex as those done in healthcare facilities. Besides contending with the intricate network of mechanical and electrical systems that wind through the walls, healthcare contractors must interface with dozens of owner-assigned vendors and subcontractors, from site-work experts to medical equipment manufacturers.
Adding to the complexity, when a facility is being expanded or updated, the property needs to operate as usual while it is under construction, still hosting patients. With physicians, nurses, sick patients and even newborns just feet from the work zone, healthcare construction must be a painstakingly choreographed and planned-out process. 
“There is no room for error in hospitals and medical office buildings,” said Giancarlo…


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