Insight into Feasibility

By Scott Heywood
An accurate feasibility study makes it possible to support a facilities group request for the funding of a new project with clarity and confidence. A solid feasibility study will not only show what needs to be done, but also how it can be done within a precise time frame and within a well-researched cost estimate. The feasibility study empowers a facilities team to be as knowledgeable and persuasive as possible before presenting to decision makers.

Memorial Medical Increases Patient, Staff & Visitor Experience With ION-E Technology

Finding cell phone reception at Memorial Medical Center in Springfield shouldn’t be a problem any more. On Sept. 13, the hospital released a statement saying Farmington Hills, Mich.-based RF Connect was hired to design, install and commission the hospital’s indoor cellular coverage and capacity.

Incomplete Construction Leads Lawmakers to Ask for Change

When plans to build a Veterans Hospital took shape in 2010, no one expected things to get so complicated. Six years later the Veterans Hospital, located in Aurora is still under construction and on Sept. 23 lawmakers asked the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate if Veterans Affairs (VA) executives lied to congress to conceal excessive construction costs.

Yellowhawk Tribal Health Integrates Community into Green Design

On Aug. 24, the Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center broke ground on a $26.3 million construction expansion.

Construction to Link Two Colorado Springs Hospitals

Construction is slated to begin next month on an expansion to the pediatric hospital operated by Aurora, Colo.-based Children's Hospital Colorado (Children’s) and a four-story addition to UCHealth Memorial Hospital North (Memorial). Both projects are located in Colorado Springs and are scheduled to open in 2018.