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DALLAS

2001 N. Lamar St., Suite 200

Dallas, TX 75202

Tel: 214.960.9773

Email: info@GuideArch.com

CHARLOTTE

2125 Southend Dr, Suite 350

Charlotte, NC 28203

Tel: 214.960.9773

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HEALTHCARE

GUIDE Architecture designs and manages our healthcare work with one essential goal in mind; the patient always comes first.  Our principals have extensive experience in the healthcare market, having provided planning and design solutions for numerous new construction and renovation projects in both the “for-profit” and “not-for-profit” markets.

 

We have planned, designed, and managed projects as large as 250,000 square foot hospital expansions, as well as single-room equipment change-outs; and everything in between.  GUIDE Architecture has significant experience in the acute care, behavioral, outpatient, specialty, and ambulatory care models of healthcare design and construction.  We work directly with developers and hospital systems to define suitable sites, push for innovate and flexible design solutions, ensure the project meets the quantitative goals of schedule and budget compliance, and work closely with all associated team members to deliver these projects.  

COMMERCIAL

At GUIDE, we understand that there are many drivers that lead to successful commercial project design.  Our expertise will benefit your project by developing designs that promote your brand, control costs, reduce inefficiencies, mitigate risk, and ultimately position your team for long-term success.  Whether you are searching for a building just for you and your growing team, or you are creating a large, phased development with multiple leasing opportunities, our team of experts can understand your pro-forma strategy and can provide insight as to how the design can best meet your goals.  

 

Commercial projects are always a balancing act; balancing first costs with life cycle benefits and tenant improvement dollars, balancing shell building amenities with maximum leasable space, or balancing long-term management versus positioning a property for potential acquisition.  At GUIDE, we’ll ask questions so that we truly understand your needs, and provide the most appropriate design solution.  Please contact us to learn more about our commercial design experience and how we might add value to your bottom line.