February 1, 2017

How Conventional Engineering is Failing Healthcare Building Owners

Too often, healthcare building owners do not get the results they expect from engineers and builders. In fact, only 30 percent of capital projects meet owner expectations in terms of budget and delivery date, according to the Lean Construction Institute. That means conventional engineering approaches fail to meet owner expectations 70 percent of the time. But it doesn’t have to be this way – there’s a proven approach that more consistently delivers the results owners rightly expect: a right-sized, optimized solution and efficient process that remains in-line with costs presented to and approved by executive boards. We are talking about a different kind of approach— one that redefines the expectations of a modern engineering firm. This type of engineering redefined is something every healthcare building owner should consider before starting any capital project.

To learn more about how Southland Engineering has redefined engineering with a new approach, download our whitepaper.

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