It is overwhelming how many books, articles and blogs there are about Lean and Six Sigma. Google “Lean Six Sigma” and there are more than two million results. But I haven’t found anything yet that explores one important aspect when applying these techniques to building design:

Read More

View Comments

Preparing a healthcare campus for a major transformation project requires many smaller projects to enable the building of the new facilities. As part of Array Architects’ extensive, network-wide facilities master plan for University Hospitals’ $1 billion transformation program, the re-evaluation, reorganization and relocation of numerous campus services was critical to improving patient care and operational […]

Read More

View Comments

Featured in FacilityCare, January 2015 Deciding you need a Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) can often be the easiest part of getting it done. There are multiple variables to consider once you have identified the need for an FCA of your healthcare facility. To assist you in the process, I will discuss the six issues I […]

Read More

View Comments

Recently, I participated in a discussion posted to IPD Thought Leaders for Healthcare, a LinkedIn group to which I belong.  The question posed by Tim McCurley of CBRE Healthcare was “How do you perceive the amount of RFIs on an IPD Project versus a traditional project? Should an IPD Project have fewer RFIs than a […]

Read More

View Comments

There are many articles found online about the Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) method and its promises of budget control, schedule achievement, etc.

Read More

View Comments