Many professionals at health care organizations across the country have never undertaken a major construction project in their careers. However, as many health care facilities begin to approach the age of obsolescence, an increasing number are being forced into planning major construction projects with capital budgets in the multiple millions of dollars. For those with little experience in planning major construction projects, the task can be both daunting and confusing.
A facility master plan can help organizations by ensuring they are constantly pointed toward the future and making facility investments that will reap both short- and long-term benefits. The following is a look at the key phases of the master planning process.
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