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Healthcare is transforming. Scientific advances in care, patient feedback and efforts to control costs are shaping the new face of wellness. Care is becoming more efficient with technology support via electronic medical records, smart medical equipment and telemedicine. Services are now available in nontraditional but convenient spaces like malls and workplaces.
Accommodating these changes requires thoughtful mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) designs. Supporting medical technology with networks, reliable wi-fi and power can be complex. And specialized areas like surgical suites and burn units have their own unique concerns and requirements.
Dialectic has over 30 years of experience providing MEP engineering design for medical facilities. We work closely with the client, architect and other project partners, collaborating to provide solutions that support every need.
Medical facilities are opening in mixed-use developments, retail spaces and stand-alone buildings. And traditional hospitals now often include nontraditional amenities like gift shops, gyms, food service and laundry. Dialectic has experience providing sustainable designs for all of these diverse spaces. Whether it’s a new facility or renovation of an existing space, our engineers provide flexible MEP designs to fit the project.
Dialectic is licensed in 50 states and D.C., and we’ve worked on healthcare projects nationwide. We provide creative MEP design for clinics, surgical centers, hospitals, dental clinics, skilled nursing facilities and other wellness spaces. We work with clients wherever we are needed.
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