News Release: Knutson Construction shares “Top 10 Considerations in Healthcare Renovation”

Minneapolis — “Top 10 Considerations in Healthcare Renovation” is a new paper from Knutson Construction sharing its extensive experience in healthcare facilities renovation projects and key points that should be addressed when selecting a contractor. The paper can be viewed online.

“Having led over 150 healthcare construction projects for over 20 different organizations in the last 15 years, Knutson is well-versed in the joint commission standards, and literally wrote the book on interim life safety measures and infection control,” says Todd Vigil, Knutson’s vice president of project development. In addition to safety and communication, the Top 10 list addresses such topics as value-conscious budgeting and the benefits of using larger, self-performing contractors for renovation projects.

Vigil adds, “Our Top 10 list reflects our philosophy that it’s not the construction that comes first, it’s the needs of patients and staff; minimizing disruption and maximizing convenience is more than a priority – it’s a requirement.

Knutson has contributed to notable healthcare projects for Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, Fairview Health Services, and a major healthcare provider in Rochester, Minnesota. Other healthcare clients include Hazelden Foundation, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Allina Health, and Park Nicollet.

Knutson Construction provides customers with pre-construction, design/build, general contracting and construction management services. Knutson has been providing expert construction services to healthcare, corporate, manufacturing, education, industrial, civic and retail customers since 1911. In addition to Minneapolis, Knutson has offices in Rochester, Minnesota; Cedar Rapids and Iowa City, Iowa; and Altoona, Wisconsin. To learn more about Knutson Construction Services, visit its website at

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