HFP/Ambuske Architects, Inc. specializes in providing programming, master planning and architectural services for health care providers. We know health care facilities – their physical plant, equipment and staffing needs – because we deal with health care projects every day. Our professionals are experienced in medical facility design with expertise in new technological developments, the latest concepts in patient care and the operation of medical facilities.
HFP/Ambuske Architects, Inc. can assist you with every facet of your new building, expansion or remodeling program. The key ingredient of our performance is our methodology. The principles of our firm are involved in every aspect of your project – at the initial orientation meeting responsibilities are assigned and lines of communications with you and HFP/Ambuske Architects, Inc. principals are clearly established. During the planning and data-gathering period, in-depth interviews with hospital administration and staff members allow the HFP/Ambuske Architects, Inc. principals to develop a strategy that best fits your facility. By combining your knowledge, financial requirements and HFP/Ambuske Architects, Inc.’s experience and objectivity, we can develop an optimum plan and budget for your immediate and future needs.
Our clients have come to rely on our expertise and assistance as part of their planning process. Based upon our experience, resources and our personal attention to your needs – we are confident thatHFP/Ambuske Architects, Inc. can provide the planning that your institution needs for its future growth and success.
It is the objective of HFP/Ambuske Architects, Inc. to plan and design innovative health facility projects which specifically meet your program requirements, have an effective functional plan to potimize operating efficiencies and are within the financial capabilities and goals set by your institution.
HFP/Ambuske Architects, Inc. utilizes a User Need Design Methodology during the “planning process” to optimize client involvement. This methodology is accomplished by a clear-cut design phase, on-site meetings/work sessions are scheduled with department heads, chiefs of service, physicians, nurses, technical staff and administration to determine needs and develop conceptual solutions to meet the defined needs. At the conclusion of the design phase, all participants sign-off on the design of their respective departments, assuring their agreement with the developed product.
During the construction phase, the communicative process is continued with regularly scheduled meetings and regularly prepared reports by HFP/Ambuske Architects, Inc., documenting the status of all activities.
This “planning process” ensures your involvement and, more specifically, that of the individual users, with clearly defined communication links throughout the design/construction process. This provides a quality product which best serves your patients, staff and institution.