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Facility Planning

For organizations considering new construction or alterations to existing structures, NCFC has experienced consulting staff who can assist with transforming program, security, and clinical requirements into physical plants that best serve clients and staff. NCFC has the capacity to draw upon the collective knowledge of numerous member organizations that have erected new residential facilities, administrative buildings, and program space.

In addition, NCFC's experience working with architects, boards of directors, and staff planning committees ensures that facility projects move from the design phase to construction in a timely, cost-efficient, thoughtful manner. Both on- and offsite consultation is available to help identify critical issues in the initial planning stages and to review and comment on proposed architectural design plans.

Contact

For more information about the consultation services offered by NCFC, contact the Intake and Project Development Manager at 978/365-5068 or e-mail ncfc@cwla.org.


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