By George Vangelatos, Healthcare Practice Leader

In September 2015, the blog “Union Village: Introducing a First” examined the design phase of what’s being called the largest healthcare project in the world, the Union Village health village in Henderson, Nevada.

The project involves the use of integrated project delivery (IPD) and target value design as well as Lean concepts. Building trust rapidly among partners has been one of many lessons that’s emerged from the project so far. Similarly, a project of this size must also rely on strong relationships with its local community.

Read the full article in Healthcare Design Magazine //