Architectural Engineering Support

One of the primary reasons for hiring a medical equipment planning consultant is to work closely with the architect, engineers, and contractors to be certain that the building design will accommodate current and future medical technology. A good consultant can quickly justify his or her fee by identifying design flaws that will eventually result in problems.

Careful coordination with the A/E team on medical equipment space and utility planning will minimize costly change orders and result in a more comprehensive planning process.

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