June 23, 2016
By Kate Renner, AIA, EDAC, Lean-Six Sigma CE, LEED AP BD+C, Architect and Medical Planner, HKS, Inc.

At HKS, we believe that every key design decision is a performance hypothesis, and we are committed to testing the success of our designs after occupancy. As part of this ongoing commitment, HKS has developed a Post-Occupancy tool, a Functional Performance Evaluation (FPE) focused on evaluating the current operations in the overall facility, and in its individual departments, after the facility has been in full operation for at least one year. I walk through the key findings from the 13 FPEs conducted by HKS over the past decade and talk about what is coming next for the FPE process.

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To view the video presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXmt3yKl6j8

To listen to the podcast: http://hksarchitects.libsyn.com/10-years-and-13-fpes

For more information, contact Kate Renner at krenner@hksinc.com



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