Hospitals, the Planning and Design Process
Aspen Systems Corporation, Jan 1, 1977 - Hospital buildings - 259 pages
An initial plan to guide hospital executives and all members of the professional planning and design team through the entire process - from program planning to opening. This text contains information helpful to every person connected with any sizable project. This book describes the major activities inherent to the planning and design process, largely from a how-to-do-it standpoint, and attempts to order the total process in realistic and appropriate sequences.
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