Architects: Expect Health Care Construction to be Slow for the Time Being
"The Albany Business Review spoke with HHA's David Loucks, managing principal, and Jay Stasack, senior associate, about their outlooks at this point during the pandemic. While it's difficult to forecast, they say we may begin to see systems move forward on larger projects in about two years."
David Loucks: "Even though hospitals over the years have really slowed down what they've done, they've never stopped doing anything. There's always a need for health care, and the need and the treatment for health care are always evolving, so there's always health care work going on. It's just what the scale is."