Orange County, CA (PRWEB) August 13, 2013
Today, The Innovation Institute announced the launch of Healthcare Design & Construction (HDC), LLC, a design-build firm offering competitive construction, architectural engineering and planning services to the national healthcare market.
HDC was formed through the acquisition of PDC West, a construction firm based in Orange County, CA, which has over 25 years of healthcare construction experience, including acute care and outpatient medical diagnostic construction. PDC West was a subsidiary firm of PDC Facilities, Inc., based in Hartland, Wisconsin.
“HDC brings its expertise in single-source design and construction services to the Institute’s family of companies,” said Joe Randolph, president & CEO of The Innovation Institute. “Together with Petra Integrated Construction Strategies, our strategic construction management firm; and Tech Knowledge Associates, our clinical engineering services company, we can focus on all aspects of healthcare design and construction to create optimal work and healthcare environments, increasing our value to clients and member systems,” added Randolph.
“PDC West has enjoyed a strong partnership with St. Joseph Health, founding member of The Innovation Institute, over the past 25 years,” said Jim Maslowski, co-founder of PDC Facilities, Inc. “This new legal structure provided by HDC formalizes our long-term relationship, and The Innovation Institute business model provides significant growth and innovation opportunities that are unprecedented in the industry,” added Maslowski.
The HDC leadership team (previously PDC West leadership team) consists of Scot Berlinski, president; Mike Hernandez, senior project director; Joseph De Luca Sr., project director; and Jim Clifford, senior project manager.
For more information, please go to http://www.ii-hdc.com.
About The Innovation Institute
The Innovation Institute is an independent, for-profit LLC structured to cultivate innovative solutions to transform healthcare delivery. The Innovation Institute will be owned by seven non-profit health systems. This collaborative will tap into physicians, employees, and industry business partners to incubate and commercialize new products and ideas. Comprised of three distinct elements – an innovation lab, an investment fund, and a shared services group (Enterprise Development Group), the Institute strives to “do more, with less, for more people.” For more information, visit http://www.ii4change.com