At Stelic, we understand the pivotal function that healthcare construction projects play in delivering high-quality, patient-centric care and are committed to creating facilities that meet the highest standards of safety, efficiency, and long-term sustainability. Whether you’re building a new acute care hospital, renovating an existing outpatient clinic, or developing a state-of-the-art medical research center, our team has a proven track record of delivering healthcare projects of various scales, from small-scale medical office buildings to large-scale, multi-specialty healthcare campuses.

We Understand Healthcare


Understanding of the intricate network of regulations and standards governing healthcare construction projects, including the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities (FGI Guidelines), NFPA 99 (Health Care Facilities Code), and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) requirements.


Knowledgeable in healthcare environments that optimize clinical workflows, infection control, and patient experience.


Experience navigating the complex permitting and approval processes associated with healthcare projects, including certificate of need (CON) applications, state health department reviews, and coordination with local authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs).


Insight in design practices, such as modular construction, antimicrobial surfaces, and green building strategies, to create healthcare facilities that are environmentally responsible, energy-efficient, and compliant with the LEED for Healthcare rating system and the ASHRAE 189.3 (Design, Construction, and Operation of Sustainable High-Performance Health Care Facilities) standard.


Experience in a wide range of healthcare facilities, including acute care hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, medical office buildings, and long-term care facilities.


Develop phased construction plans and infection control risk assessments (ICRAs) that minimize disruption to ongoing healthcare operations, utilizing ICRA best practices and collaborating closely with healthcare stakeholders.


Insight into design principles that incorporate acuity-adaptable rooms, and expandable infrastructure to accommodate future changes in medical technology, care delivery models, and patient volumes.


Track record of delivering healthcare projects that meet the highest standards of quality, safety, and performance, with a quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) process that includes constructability reviews, commissioning, and compliance audits to ensure adherence to all relevant codes, standards, and industry best practices, such as the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) Health Facility Commissioning Guidelines and the Joint Commission Environment of Care standards.


Manages the complex coordination and logistical challenges associated with healthcare construction, utilizing project management tools, such as Primavera P6 and e-Builder, and lean construction principles to optimize resource allocation, minimize waste, and ensure the seamless integration of specialized healthcare systems, such as medical gas, nurse call, and electronic health records (EHR) infrastructure.


We work closely with our healthcare clients to develop solutions that align with their unique clinical missions, operational goals, and financial objectives, employing life-cycle cost analysis (LCCA), return on investment (ROI) modeling, and risk assessment techniques to optimize the long-term performance, efficiency, and resilience of each healthcare facility, while ensuring strict adherence to patient safety, infection control, and quality of care standards.