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Construction & Design Survey

About the Survey

This survey provides important information on construction and design firms that do business within the healthcare industry. Companies that participate are required to be based in the U.S. and have 100,000 square feet or more of healthcare projects in at least one phase of construction-completed, broke ground/in progress or designed. Companies include projects where they are the architect, construction manager, general contractor, design/build firm or developer of record. This survey was first published in 1980.

Most Recent Survey Results: Construction & Design: 2014

View past survey results: Construction & Design: 2013

2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006

View an alphabetical list of past survey respondents:2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006

THIS SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED.
Please see below for details on the survey.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can my company participate?
A: To participate, fill out the survey form on behalf of your organization and turn it in before the stated deadline. The survey form will be available here once it is open for participation. You may add your information to our notification database so that you can receive an e-mail directly once the survey is open for participation.

Q: When will the survey open?
A: The 2015 Construction & Design Survey will open December 1.

Q: When is the completed survey form due?
A: The 2015 Construction & Design Survey is scheduled to close February 13.

Q: What else do I need to do to participate?
A: A senior executive from the company must review the completed survey before submission then sign this document to verify the accuracy of data. Once the document has been signed, it must be sent to the Research Department either via fax to 312-280-3159 or e-mailed to research@modernhealthcare.com.

Q: What happens with this survey's results?
A: The data collected from this survey goes to create charts and rankings that illustrate a Special Feature story that is written by a Modern Healthcare reporter. Visit our Data Center for the most recent Construction & Design Survey results.

Q: When will the results be published?
A: The 2015 Construction & Design Survey results are slated to appear in the March 23, 2015 issue of Modern Healthcare.

Q: How much does it cost to participate?
A: There is no cost to participate in this survey.

Q: Can we still send in information if the deadline has passed?
A: Yes, the link will still be active for you to submit online. However, your information will not be taken into consideration for the survey results. A late submission will not be considered for participation. It will, however, be saved into the database so that it can be accessed for next year's survey.

Q: Who can I contact with questions about this survey?
A: Michael Sandler, research associate, at msandler@modernhealthcare.com or 312-397-5511.



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