Study of Health Facilities Construction Costs by the Comptroller General of the United States Made Pursuant to Section 204 of the Comprehensive Health Manpower Training Act of 1971, Volumes 11-12
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1972 - Health facilities - 888 pages
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acute additional details Administration AFL-CIO American Hospital Association annual architects areas assisted automated average basis building codes carpeting carts considered construction industry construction labor construction management construction requirements contract contractors convenience food cost of constructing cycle Davis-Bacon Act Department of Labor dietary discount rate dumbwaiters estimated evaluated existing factors fast-track scheduling FECA Federal firm functional funds health care facilities health facility construction Health Service hematology Hill-Burton program hospital construction HVAC impact improved hospital increased inflation rate initial construction costs innovations inpatient interstitial space labor costs laundry systems life-cycle analysis life-cycle costs linen maintenance costs material handling Medicare million needs nursing unit Office operating costs patient rooms percent pharmacy physicians potential private rooms project owners recommended reduced reference hospital result reuse square feet struction Terrazzo tion total concept approach types union utilization review wage rates Westinghouse workers workload