Best Practices for Construction Managers in a Hybrid Virtual-Physical Environment

By Jerry McPhail and Brad Ahrens While much of the US labor force spent the early days of the pandemic learning how to adapt to remote work, our team has employed a hybrid virtual/physical [...]

2022-03-29T10:19:29-04:00February 18th, 2021|

Why Comparing Hospital Construction Costs Is Challenging

By Chris Hickman Construction, in general, is expensive. When you add in the special features for a medical-grade facility – including sophisticated ventilation and sometimes redundant higher-level electrical systems, not to mention generally more [...]

2022-03-29T10:19:30-04:00November 2nd, 2020|

How Hospitals and Airlines Are Alike: Learning from Other Industries to Improve Healthcare Experience in Pandemic

By Bill Eveloff Finding new opportunities and solutions means coming at challenges from different perspectives. In this age of safety in the pandemic environment, that’s never been more true. As we look at what [...]

2022-03-29T10:19:30-04:00August 31st, 2020|

Remobilizing Healthcare Construction: 5 Questions on Everyone’s Minds

By Craig Beam & Chris Hickman The coronavirus pandemic shut down the roughly $45 billion annual healthcare construction industry almost overnight in March. As they continue to manage through the COVID-19 spread and respond to [...]

2022-03-29T10:19:30-04:00July 28th, 2020|

St. Joseph Health Santa Rosa Memorial’s State-of-the-Art MOB

With construction complete, the new 92,000 square foot, four-story MOB with a six-level, 600-space parking structure will transform the Santa Rosa Memorial campus with needed capacity for structured parking, medical office space, and advanced [...]

2022-03-29T10:19:31-04:00July 15th, 2020|
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