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2022 FGI Guidelines: Flexible Design Encouraged

More than 2,500 years after philosopher Heraclitus noted, “The only constant in life is change,” the observation remains relevant. Change is apparent everywhere in issues as broad as geopolitics, economics, equality, technology, medicine and design. Ensuring that the Guidelines for Design and Construction standards Read More …

2022 Guidelines Proposal Period Closing June 30

Facility managers and administrators, engineers, designers, infection preventionists, medical professionals, and others involved in the design and construction of health and residential care facilities, are encouraged to submit proposed changes to the 2018 edition of the Guidelines for Design and Construction before the midnight deadline on June 30. Read More …

AIA/FGI Webinar – The 2018 Guidelines: How to Use and Major Updates

FGI has collaborated with the AIA Academy of Architecture for Health to present a webinar on how to use the FGI Guidelines and major changes in the 2018 edition. Read More …

New FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction Address Evolving Outpatient Facilities, Telemedicine

The Facility Guidelines Institute has released the 2018 Guidelines for Design and Construction. The 2018 edition introduces the new Outpatient Guidelines document, which addresses a wide variety of outpatient facility projects. It was conceived to meet the needs of the U.S. healthcare industry and address the evolving nature of outpatient facilities. Read More …

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