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  • FGI
    FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Facilities
    Edition: 2010
    $135.00
    / user per year

Content Description

Minimum recommended program, space, risk assessment, infection prevention, architectural detail, and surface and furnishing needs for clinical and support areas of hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, ambulatory care facilities, and residential care facilities. Also addresses minimum engineering design criteria for plumbing, electrical, and heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, the latter by incorporating ANSI/ASHRAE/ASHE Standard 170: Ventilation of Health Care Facilities.

Subscription Information

MADCAD.com FGI subscriptions are for annual online access.

 

There are two types of FGI online subscription licenses:

 

Single User License: Ideal for individuals who need personal, unlimited access to the FGI Guidelines. Only one designated user is authorized for access and license may not be transferred to another user.

 

Site License: Ideal for organizations that need access for multiple users.

Subscriptions are simultaneous-usage based, meaning that an organization can decide on the number of users that can access the FGI Guidelines at the same time, and share the seats amongst their employees.

 

If a multi-site license is purchased, employees from different offices can share the same account to access the subscribed Guidelines. Organizations can have immediate access to the guideline(s) as soon as the transaction is completed in MADCAD.com Store.

 

Features of MADCAD.com Cloud-Based Library

 

Online access: With MADCAD.com’ s web based subscription service no downloads or installations are required. Access FGI Codes from any browser on your computer, tablet or smart phone.

 

Customized Subscriptions: Select different number of concurrencies based on your needs. Set higher number of seats for more used FGI Subscriptions and lower seats on codes with less need.


Immediate Access: As soon as the transaction is completed, your FGI Subscription will be ready for access.

 

 

Intelligent Tools: With our unique tools, users can search, copy/paste, print pages from FGI Guidelines, share notes with team-members and create project groups.

 

For any further information on MADCAD.com FGI Subscriptions, please contact us at fgi@madcad.com or +1 800.798.9296.

About FGI

About FGI, the Guidelines, and the HGRC

 

The Facility Guidelines Institute is a not-for-profit corporation founded to provide leadership and continuity to the Guidelines revision process. The Guidelines for Design and Construction documents are used by states to regulate health care facility design and construction, as code through adoption, as a basis for state written codes, as an adjunct to state codes, or for reference. The Health Guidelines Revision Committee (HGRC) is a multidisciplinary consensus body of clinicians, administrators, architects, engineers, and authorities having jurisdiction that is convened every four years to revise and update the Guidelines documents.

 

Read more about FGI, the Guidelines documents, and revision of the Guidelines on the FGI website.