OUR APPROACH TO MEDICAL & SCIENCE
Medical construction requires thoughtful planning and a meticulous approach. Whether you are undertaking a new build or renovating an existing space, we can help you meet the unique challenges of integrating specialized technology and equipment with patient-centered design.
EBD — Evidence-Based Design — is contributing more and more to how medical spaces need to feel, flow and function. We can offer input on how to achieve your team’s objectives for EBD and patient-centered care within your budget and scope.
We’ll come alongside you and your team early in the project and identify the best ways to integrate your upgrades. We’ll develop an insightful approach to ADA and code compliance, fire protection, interior room finish installation, equipment installation, and mechanical and electrical systems integration.
Medical construction often takes place in an active, occupied healthcare environment. This is a highly complex aspect of these builds. We’ll manage the needed utilities shutdowns, traffic and workflow rerouting, materials staging, construction phasing and security and restricted substance control — while minimizing the impact on your patients and staff. We’ll coordinate with vendors for precision installation of your equipment. And finally, when the build is complete, we’ll coordinate with the regulating agencies for compliance and certification.
“THE TILFORD NURSING CENTER”
PREPARING NURSES FOR THE FUTURE
The Tilford Center at Gonzaga University provides an outstanding learning environment for our nursing students. The excellence of our facility — the state-of-the-art classrooms and technology and the warm and welcoming lobby area — is something we are very proud of.
“Gonzaga nursing students learn to care for individuals, families, and populations with increasingly complex healthcare needs in highly complex healthcare settings — and the core of that care will be from a Jesuit, Catholic, and humanistic foundation. Our graduates will be well-prepared. We know they will make the world a better place.”
~ Lin Murphy, PhD, RN
Active Dean & Associate Professor,
School of Nursing & Human Physiology