General Construction for a long time was the primary method of delivering construction. Even Wolgast in the early years was a one-trick pony with General Construction being our only option. That is, until the 1970’s when we were the first to bring Design-Build to what’s now known as the Great Lakes Bay Region.
Posts about Medical Office Construction
A Guide to Keeping Your Healthcare Practice Open during a Remodel
Healthcare practitioners can have a difficult time deciding when to start an occupied office remodel due to the speculation of shutdown inconvenience, operations minimization, or the lessening of their income. These are all legitimate concerns during healthcare construction, but Wolgast can offer several scenarios and strategies to keep your practice going while remodeling your office.
Warning: Adding on to Your Building May Not Be Possible
What you should know before expanding your commercial business space
Many of our clients begin their business expansion quest by attempting to add on to their existing building rather than moving their operation, and most of the time they’re able to move ahead without any problems. Expanding their existing space to make more room for additional manpower or machinery could be more affordable than building new or renovating another building. However, there are times when it’s just not possible to expand where they want or at all. Below we discuss the possible caveats to consider when expanding and to consider for the future when selecting a site.
Gaining a Healthcare Junior Partner to Plan Your Succession
Approximately 10 years or more is needed for healthcare practice owners to prepare to retire.1 As doctors become owners of their practice, they may not yet be thinking about retirement, however succession planning should start very early as part of their business plan and then adjusted as time goes on and retirement becomes more than a thought.
Leaseback: Get a New Building While Keeping Capital in Your Business
Staying Open During Construction
Busy Business Owners Can Build, Too
It’s a classic case: a thriving company is busting at the seams and needs to remodel or add to their building to make room for future business, but the thought of construction stopping or slowing production stifles the owner from taking the risk of expanding. So what is a business owner to do? Instead of putting it off until they lose business because they can’t accommodate any more customers, they should find a contractor that will work with them to keep their operations running during construction.
Patient Flow Optimizes the Design of Your Practice Floorplan
When a patient walks through the door of a doctor’s office, whether it’s a family physician, chiropractor, dentist or veterinarian, he or she needs to easily find the check-in area to make his or her attendance known. Patients may not know that check-in area starts off a whole path that they will follow while receiving treatment through paying their bill, also known as patient flow.
The Best Method to Build Light Commercial & Light Industrial Buildings
Light Commercial Buildings include (but aren’t limited to) medical practices, dental practices, office buildings, restaurants, banks, auto dealerships, and generally any building that is 25,000 s.f. or less and used for commercial business.
How to Design an Office for Patient Centered Medical Home
Since the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) is more of a management model or philosophy, you may not have considered the building design changes that may be necessary to make the conversion. Below we discuss some of the elements that your PCMH office design should consider.
You Have Construction Service Options
There are several unique and distinctive methods for providing construction solutions. As a business owner you have the luxury of selecting the most beneficial and appropriate delivery system for your type of project.