Hospital Infill Expansion
Many hospitals have grown by annexes and additions over decades, so that a semi-orderly but nonetheless irregular interior circulation pattern has arisen. Regardless of its quirks, this interior circulation pattern is familiar to staff and doctors. Interruption of flow, even to improve or regularize circulation, may make an important difference in the timeliness of application of acute care. This diagram courses through the internal circulation patterns of the floor levels of a structure to be partially demolished. Key corridors may be interrupted by construction activity. The builder can determine efficient alternate or temporary routes and warn key user groups regarding any change using an illustration similar to this.
This page last modified Tuesday 24 May 2011.