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Prefabricated construction methods have emerged into healthcare projects across the U.S. over the past decade. The latest on the healthcare prefab scene are prefabricated bathroom pods.
Most prefabrication methods are driven by contractors and are a widely accepted practice for today’s construction projects. The use of prefab pods has created opportunities for contractors to automate the construction process with quality, speed, safety, and simplicity. Because of their increasing use, owners and designers are finding smart ways to apply planning strategies to integrate bathroom pods into the entire design.
There are many lessons to be learned on the integration of bathroom pods into design planning. This webinar will highlight strategies to help maximize the owner’s benefits and avoid construction challenges, with key tips for seamless integration. Presenters will share findings about the benefits of using bathroom pods from a recent case study from UNC Health.
Dan Gobel has developed a passion for designing healing environments. As an architect with a strong belief that design is a collaborative process, he bridges clients and designers to create unique responses. Dan guides clients through the design phases by transforming the owners’ needs into comprehensive and innovative solutions. Dan has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a Master of Architecture degree from North Carolina State University.
Leslie Colucci is a licensed architect with more than 14 years of experience. She is a successful manager and thrives at building and nurturing client relationships through the development and building processes. Leslie is also an experienced speaker, a LEED Accredited Professional, and a member of the following professional affiliations: American Institute of Architects, National Council of Architectural Registration Board, and American College of Healthcare Executives. Leslie graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Architecture and the University of North Carolina with a Master’s in Healthcare Administration.