I remember responding to a healthcare client who was looking at expanding their ICU space a few months ago. One option was to convert some conference rooms into space for beds. They found a configuration that would allow 20+ beds per conference room. We would have to rip out all of the carpet, add power and medical gases, etc. What struck me was when they said they'd have 1-2 medical personnel monitoring per room. So 20+ beds and only 1 to 2 people? Is that normal? Then we went to another building they had on campus, where they had a big open shell space for "future expansion." It would have been great to be able to build it there, but the medical gases you guys use were not piped to the building...so it was going to be extremely expensive and time consuming to get the med gases into that space for a "just in case" scenario, so we kind of ditched that idea before exploring it very far. But then as we were leaving, we noticed on our way out that since that building wasn't originally designed with those big beds in mind, there were doorways that would need to be ripped out and rebuilt.