HACIRIC RESEARCH – Flexible space design for healthcare built environments

Are you willing to share your experience about designing flexibility ?

A new study will explore effective practices for selecting either a standardised or innovative approach to flexible design

What do you have to do?

You will simply agree to take part in an detailed discussion that will help to identify components or building systems/processes

Why participate?

·       This would be a great opportunity for a robust discussion about their project and learn things out of it.

·       This would also be a great opportunity explore possible flexibility solutions.

·       Contributions will be used to improve current flexibility strategies.

More information

See PDF Participant information sheet 1

What next?

Simply email researcher

Ahmad Mohammad Ahmad

(A.M.Ahmad@lboro.ac.uk)

School of Civil and Building Engineering, Loughborough University

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