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Healthcare Capital Project Consulting

Healthcare capital projects are unique, with complex objectives and challenges. We integrate with your staff to bring proven processes, tools, and experience that will deliver successful projects concept through completion.

We are trusted advisors to some of the most highly visible healthcare projects in the country. From $500 million capital projects to ER additions to master planning, we approach every healthcare assignment by first understanding the needs of our clients.

Just as healthcare projects have evolved greatly in recent years, so have we. You will receive great value from a partner who is on the leading edge of the healthcare industry and can devise economical ways to meet your hospital’s facility needs. Our dedicated team brings comprehensive expertise to a full range of services: master planning, project feasibility, owner’s representation, construction audits, and real estate transaction management.

If you want an experienced advocate to work with your team, let’s start a conversation today.

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Healthcare Capital Project Consulting Thought Leadership

  • Plante Moran Cresa’s Paul Theriault makes partner

    Plante Moran Cresa has seen exciting growth in staff and projects over the last 20 years. We’re happy to announce Paul Theriault as our new partner and a well-deserved promotion for Sherri House.

    Bill Lichwalla Plante Moran Cresa Paul Theriault Plante Moran Cresa Sherri House Plante Moran Cresa
    Article August 9, 2018 2 min read
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  • Do you really need to build more operating rooms?
    Building more operating rooms is a calculated decision. Have you compared your performance to industry benchmarks and optimized block schedules? Here are seven questions to consider before depleting your capital.
    Sharon Ulep Chris Moshier
    Article March 6, 2018 5 min read
    Doctor in an operating room using a handheld tablet device.
  • What’s the difference between a construction manager, architect, and owner’s representative?

    Failing to meet financial expectations, running behind schedule, or going over budget from mistakes can increase a capital project’s costs exponentially. Owner’s reps are uniquely able to help organizations plan and execute successful capital improvement programs.

    Pat Podges Plante Moran Cresa Robert Stempien Plante Moran Cresa
    Article March 2, 2018 2 min read
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  • Beaumont tops off hospital expansion in Farmington Hills

    Beaumont Hospital-Farmington Hills reaches a significant milestone in the construction of its $160 million expansion.

    Joe Siekirk Plante Moran Cresa
    Article February 22, 2018 1 min read
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Our clients say...

The entire Plante Moran Cresa team at DMC is highly skilled, professional, resourceful, and a pleasure to work with. They add significant value to our projects and processes. True leadership skills are evidenced by the success we've had working together.

Ron Henry Former Chief Facilities Management, Engineering, and Construction Officer, Detroit Medical Center

Working With Us

We strive to devise economical ways to meet the needs of our clients and create measurable value in the process. Our project and program leadership approach fosters teamwork, accountability, integrity, and collaboration, ensuring our clients' projects will be successful.

Plante Moran Cresa represents our clients exclusively — never architects, construction managers, or landlords — and offers truly unbiased advocacy built upon a culture of service and integrity. Our multidisciplinary team of architects, engineers, construction experts, project managers, real estate professionals, CPAs, and attorneys brings multiple perspectives to your project.

Our Work

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Beaumont Health engages Plante Moran Cresa as owner's representative for $160 million master facility plan
In 2011, Botsford Hospital engaged Plante Moran Cresa to spearhead the creation of a master facility plan to expand, improve, and update the hospital's operational systems and technology. Now part of Beaumont Health, the hospital leverages our healthcare experience to oversee implementation.
Case Study May 31, 2017 1 min read
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Detroit Medical Center embarks on $500 million capital improvement program
The Detroit Medical Center recognized the need for assistance in order to ensure success as it commenced the largest capital improvement campaign in system history.
Case Study May 25, 2017 1 min read