Once you receive a medical office layout plan designed by your architect for the medical office, it is time to review it yourself and see if all of your major goals are met or not. If not then you have another chance to voice it out now. Remember once the plans become more detailed or the construction starts it becomes more and more expensive to change anything. So you really need to look into the details and make sure you like every inch of the floor plan.
How to do it ? Well you compare the program we made in the last post and make sure those things are incorporated in there. Also if you have forgotten something to include in the program you can easily ask the architect to modify the layout.
NOTE: The image on a plan could be rotated just to add to the confusion ! Point I am making is that it matters from which direction you are looking at the plans. Especially during signing real estate contracts for medical office building, check and double check to make sure that you know exactly which wall are you looking it. Say if you wanted your sign on the front door but it is marked on the back wall of the building in the diagram– then you will have a problem !!