Why Are Healthcare Projects Different?

Architectural design services for healthcare projects have many unique requirements compared to other project types. “Healthcare” covers a wide range of specialties delivered in settings ranging from a conventional doctor’s office, to highly sophisticated and equipment-intensive diagnostic & treatment centers, to ambulatory health and inpatient care facilities subject to state licensing, credentialing and stringent life safety and infection control standards.

Healthcare architects maintain an intimate knowledge of each specialty and facility type including treatment flow, codes and standards, and licensing and credentialing requirements as well as give painstaking attention to coordinating the critical infrastructure needed to support the facility’s medical treatment and diagnostic equipment.

Thanks for everything you have done to make this a very successful build out and smooth construction process.  You and your group showed the utmost in professionalism and displayed a caring attitude throughout the project.

Michael J Walls, MD

Cory has treated our projects as if they were his own.  One of his greatest qualities is his ability to understand the functionality needs of our business and to design flows that maximize those needs.  He is a tremendous listener and consistently meets deadlines.

Mark Micheletti, Executive Director, Berkeley Eye Center