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Architectural + Engineering Services

More than Healthcare Architects.

We design smart spaces to extend the full life and efficiencies of the most complex, expensive, and clinically-critical equipment in healthcare. Our specialists have worked with every major diagnostic and therapeutic device in the industry. Likewise, we have worked with every major radiology, nuclear medicine, and radiation therapy manufacturer, while remaining vendor neutral to advocate strictly for our clients’ interests. Our goal is never to just drop-in a scanner, but to develop siting solutions that meet our clients’ immediate and long-term needs.

The simple fact is that imaging and radiology therapy spaces are different than virtually every other space in a hospital, from shielding (radiation, RF, or magnetic), to capital equipment investment, to power and HVAC-specific requirements. Not having the required experience and specialty in all those areas creates ample opportunities for these projects to go wrong, and those consequences can be painful.

Radiology Is Expensive

In any business, the effective
use of your capital is essential
to success. RAD-Planning
helps our clients and partners
identify cost-structures that
preserve advantage, and not
just squeeze first-costs.
Through financing and
procurement relationships, our
project team can help deliver
equipment and services that
best fit the project's long-term

Quality Is Mission-Critical

Simply buying expensive
equipment is no guarantee of
overall quality. Siting,
workflows, staffing, operations,
and systems for matching the
quality of the purchased
equipment in our partners’
operations are all part of what
the RAD-Planning team

Radiology Is Complex

From the import / export
criteria, to the specific siting
requirements, to equipment
upgrade considerations, to
adapting clinical demands, to
particular construction criteria,
radiology has many
opportunities for poor planning
to punish inexperienced
developers and providers. With
the high capital demands, your
project wants the RADPlanning

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