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How the Pandemic Evolved the Health Care Facility Inspection Process

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Keyan Zandy, thank you for including FreightTrain and HTS, Inc. in your article. During this pandemic, FreightTrain has been able to continue to help our clients track their inspections from their home/office, allowing our clients to view the progress of their projects without having to be physically onsite.

Solving problems and working around constraints are a constant in the work of construction, and Covid brought innumerable challenges to virtually every aspect of our work, including inspections. Our COO, Keyan Zandy, has written an article for Construction Executive that explains what we have been doing to keep our projects, and our inspections, moving ahead—and what changes may evolve for the inspection process going forward: https://lnkd.in/gbwxMVE

BIG THANKS to Rebecca Read (Texas Health and Human Services), Jeevan Kalanithi (OpenSpace), Tom Gaunt (HTS, Inc..), Tyler Bashlor (Strategic Building Services), and Chris Grossnicklaus (Corgan) for your valuable insights on this article!

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  1. Antoniodalse
    Antoniodalse says:

    How the Pandemic Evolved the Health Care Facility Inspection Process. Inspections are par for the course with health care construction projects. Work is thoroughly reviewed many times throughout the lifecycle of a project, and firms focused on technology leverage many tools along the way to make the process easier for the construction trades, design partners and themselves.

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