The Power of Commissioning

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The Power of Commissioning: Cost, Savings, Impact, and Benefits of an Early StartComprehensive healthcare commissioning is an absolute necessity for any facility looking to provide quality care, save time and money, and become more environmentally friendly.

The adjacent statistics and facts are a brief overview of the value commissioning can bring. The numbers may be good news for your healthcare facility, but they don’t show the full picture by themselves.

That’s why we’ve started this blog series, The Power of Commissioning.

Comfort and care for visitors and staff is always a factor in designing, building, and managing facilities. Healthcare is unique in the fact that its importance is absolutely critical. Providing safe, effective, and efficient facilities is non-negotiable. It’s the only way to equip staff with the right tools to ensure patients receive the best possible care.

Our approach to healthcare never forgets who the facility is really serving. We guarantee that those high standards can be met.

We look at the statistics provided by Berkeley National Laboratories and recognize that their numbers closely align with our own experiences. We’ve seen the impact comprehensive commissioning can have on the timeline. We know that it increases the quality and performance of facilities and their staffs. It lowers costs. It defines how success is measured and avoids mistakes avoided.

We’re passionate about the benefits comprehensive commissioning can bring to both new construction and facility optimization. The numbers in the graphic only scratch the surface.

Over the next couple of weeks, we’ll be delving deeper into the power of commissioning by focusing on four key areas: cost, savings, impact, and the benefits of an early start. If you’re curious how the above statistics would affect your project, check back for the next blog post, The Real Cost of Commissioning.

We’d love to show you how commissioning can positively impact your building. Contact us to learn more, or follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn so the next installment will go straight to your newsfeed.