Codinhoto, Ricardo, Tzortzopoulos, Patricia, Rooke, John, Kagioglou, Mike and Koskela, Lauri (2008) Facilitators and Barriers to the Integration of Healthcare Service and Building Design. In: 16th Annual Conference of the International Group for Lean Construction (IGLC-16), 16-18th July 2008, Manchester. (Unpublished)

Service design research recognises the importance of infrastructure design in the achievement of streamlined service delivery. Although research about service design and building design is abundant, very little is known about the integration of these processes. Therefore, this research aimed at identifying facilitators and barriers to the integration of service and building design processes. To this end, the initial results from a historical investigation of the redevelopment of a hospital in Salford, UK were used to identify facilitators and barriers to the integration of service and building design. Data was collected through interviews, document analysis and a workshop. Initial results present internal and external factors related to the design process generating barriers to integration of service and building design.

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