The visioning, coordination and planning of technology equipment in a new hospital or major healthcare facility takes a lot of meticulous work and accuracy to get right.
Critical space testing has been shown to be an effective way for health care facility managers to understand and manage the operation of their HVAC systems
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The coordination effort to achieve successful functional testing of a large hospital system can be overwhelming but it can be rewarding and valuable to clients if planned right.
According to this study, there are both challenges and solutions when converting hotel rooms to hospitals
This commissioning effort on two new medical office buildings for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta puts special focus on how additional effort did not sacrifice project profitability.