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DESIGN

Architectural Design

The design process begins with you. Starting with an initial consultation to discuss your vision, logistics, and final project outcomes, this is a collaborative process that explores all options leading to a successful and amazing finished product.

These initial discussions give you an opportunity to tell the designer how you work, the particular equipment you require, your patient demographic and any specific themes or feelings you’d like to convey in your new clinic or facility. Incorporating the quality of care into the facility design is imperative, and well understood by our design team. We assess the particular needs and desires of the client and incorporate that into also creating an optimal care environment for staff and patients.

Specialist equipment and working space requirements are all factors your designer will consider when planning your treatment rooms. This allows for operational efficiency; the way you work will be reflected in how your treatment rooms are planned.

Our designers will additionally accommodate city requirements and incorporate these into the design solution. City requirements related to parking bays, infection control, disabled access, accreditation, plumbing, electrical, radiation shielding and a range of other statutory obligations are always considered in our comprehensive design offer.

Working the way, you do.

Interior Design

Selecting interior design elements such as plumbing and lighting fixtures, furniture and accessories, and flooring is vital in creating an atmosphere to put your patients at ease. Our in-house interior designers create a floor plan encompassing the location and dimensions of all relevant equipment, doors, and windows to provide you with an overview of the operational flow of the new clinic. Once the floor plan has been finalized and approved by our client, any necessary city approvals applications are submitted.

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