Converting Venues into Healthcare Facilities in the Midst of COVID-19

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At a time when the news is dominated with uncertainty and distress, it is uplifting to see collaboration among federal, state, and local government, the private sector, and our health systems to overcome the current shortage of badly needed healthcare capacity – by working together to build new facilities or converting public or private venues into healthcare facilities.

While this sort of collaboration isn’t novel, the current crisis brings with it a level of urgency as well as regulatory and operational risks that relate to the manner in which new healthcare facilities are designed and built and the manner in which public or private venues are converted into healthcare facilities.

FTI Consulting’s Construction Solutions and Health Solutions practices support the effort to address the current shortage of healthcare capacity throughout the entire project lifecycle.

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