New technology and medical procedures are rapidly changing the way hospitals are designed and built today. The process to decide between repurposing, reusing or renovating buildings can be difficult and requires many hours of research to create the most efficient and effective outcome.
In January’s ACE To You, Texas Children’s Hospital’s Vice President of Facilities Planning & Development, Real Estate Services, Jill Pearsall, and Cook Children’s Health Care System’s Vice President of Construction & Real Estate, Spencer Seals, discussed how to bridge the gap between older buildings and today’s building needs. They also discussed when to repurpose, reuse or renovate buildings and best practices for completing projects on older buildings.
VP, Facilities Planning & Development and Real Estate Services
Texas Children's Hospital
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Whether you were unable to attend this month's ACE To You, want to listen again, or are traveling and using that time to learn, the ACE Summit offers you the chance to stay up-to-date in the healthcare construction industry.
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