Healthcare Construction Contracting and Litigation
Construction Contracting for Healthcare Facilities is Unique
From hospitals to clinics to labs, the internal workings of these facilities have certain elements that are very different, as in: how they provide emergency medical service, how they have unique signaling mechanisms and electronics, and how they have unique gas and chemical systems. The most important thing to a provider is: Safety, Quality, Good Relationships, Budget, and Schedule.
2) Contractor selection: licensing, insurance, bonding, subcontracting, etc.
3) Strategy for selection of trade professions;
4) Developing milestones and payment metrics that are fair and appropriate with the amount of effort and actual work completed; including workers liens and releases,;
5) Procurement of services and materials: 3 bids, open bid, spec bid, etc.
6) Ensuring warranties are represented accurately, with minimized out-clauses;
7) Dispute resolution and recovery if the construction project is not done right.
- New Hospital Construction
- Hospital Renovations and Expansions
- Longterm Acute Care Centers
- Clinics and Treatment Centers
- Medical office Buildings
What healthcare providers need is their own attorney, who works with them to ensure that the project proceeds with minimum glitches, the costs are projected correctly, and the warranties are buttoned down by the end of the project.
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Ben Assad Mirza, Esq., CHC, CPA, JD, LLM, MPHA
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