Healthcare projects represent some of the most intense coordination efforts of all project types, with the sequencing of trades and site logistics paramount. As a result, upfront coordination in a design-assist phase with the facade contractor provides excellent value to the client’s project team in prioritizing constructability and performance during early design with the architectural team.

In-patient hospitals typically have taller floor-to-floor spans to accommodate mechanical and building systems within larger plenum zones. Additionally, the exterior skin plays a vital role in the building’s thermal and energy performance, which has stringent interior humidity requirements. The construction of healthcare facilities is a constant balance of enclosing the exterior as early as possible to allow interior fit-out to commence. Enclos project teams introduce delivering strategies that help general contractors and owners envelop the facility early with a high-performance, prefabricated facade in a single-pass so that other trades may soon follow with their interior work.






million+ square feet
of facade area

It is their demonstrated success in managing our design-assist processes; providing the project team with a clear road map to creative and cost-effective facades that avoid jeopardizing the original vision.

General Contractor regarding Pavilion at the University of Pennsylvania

Kevin Gross, Vice President – Northern California and Northwest Operations

Kevin’s 40 years in the glass and glazing industry include leading the execution and delivery of four healthcare facilities, including UCSF -Mission Bay and New Stanford Hospital. Gross is responsible for the operations of projects in the Northern California and Northwest regions.   |   925-467-1100


Chris Fiato, Vice President – Mid-Atlantic Operations

Chris’ experience includes the successful completion of six healthcare facilities, including PennFirst, CHoP Buerger, and CHoP Colket. He and his team are skilled in coordinating the unique schedule, sequence, and logistical challenges in delivering world-class healthcare facilities.   |   443-956-1719


Featured healthcare Projects