Allied Health Feasibility Study
The Sugar Valley Rural Charter School hired HLA and a team of experts to perform a study to gauge the cost and scope of an important new campus building.
Helping Clients Make Informed Decisions.
The genesis of most building projects is a need—a facility doesn’t adequately support the people using it; building systems are failing; or a new location is required to achieve a goal. Some clients have specific ideas about what they want out of their construction project, others do not. During a Feasibility Study, designers collaborate with clients to clearly identify facility goals, explore a range of viable building options, evaluate costs and make informed decisions regarding a project’s scope and budget so they can proceed with confidence.
Tailored Approach. Fundamental Principles.
Feasibility Studies are customized to meet the needs of each client, however, all involve a similar process. We systematically engage project stakeholders in exploring big picture goals and opportunities, while carefully weighing cost and operational implications of various building options. We start by thinking broadly about what is possible, then refine plans until we build consensus around the solution that best meets each client’s goals and budget.
Every Feasibility Study is unique and specific deliverables are based upon the client’s needs and budget, however, all studies are designed to provide you with the fundamental tools you need to move forward with your project:
A Defined Project Scope
Conceptual Plans and Renderings
An Estimate of Total Project Costs
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