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Myriad Pieces of Facility Development,
Part 1

Myriad Pieces of Facility Development, Part 1

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by Richard C. Haines, Jr., and William C. Behrens
Medical practices often find that they have outgrown their office space and cannot relocate within the same building or in the vicinity of their current location. They are confronted with the need and desire to develop and build a new facility. Part 1 of this article discusses a plausible strategy to this intricate task. The central concept is to use a team approach by calling on specialists to accomplish certain functions. Although this process may seem complex and expensive, it is likely to provide significant value. This value may express itself not only in greater efficiency of the practice as a result of rational planning of the space, but also in the intrinsic worth of the facility as a real estate investment.