Many of our institutional facilities nationwide—our schools, hospitals, nursing homes, and prisons—are aging and in poor physical condition. Older facilities may lack adequate ventilation and heating, appropriate space for modern practices and technologies, and adaptive upgrades to meet ADA compliance. At the same time, these facilities may be historic community assets, structurally sound and conveniently located within established neighborhoods. To meet a diverse range of community needs, state and local officials must decide whether these facilities can be renovated and maintained to 21st-century standards and at lower cost than rebuilding.
To improve the quality of work, study, and living spaces, Sewall engineers provide renovation services for schools, hospitals, nursing homes, prisons, and other institutions, including:
Communities that decide to renovate instead of rebuilding:
Civil engineering. Creative solutions to complex problems
Structural engineering. Cost-efficient design and assessment
Traffic engineering. Safe, reliable, congestion-free transportation systems
ContactScott Graham, PE
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