Architecture - March 2014

Construction forecast sees growth in healthcare

FMI expects the small growth in healthcare construction in 2014 to ramp up in 2015

3/31/2014


Sculpture is centerpiece of medical center healing garden

Fifteen-foot-high, 2,000-pound sculpture was created in honor of the 125th anniversary of Immanuel Medical Center

3/31/2014


Wire mesh panels put a colorful face on children's hospital

University of Florida Health Shands Children's Hospital renovation includes an attention-grabbing new facade

3/24/2014


Idaho healthcare system plans $57 million expansion

Kootenai Health will add a three-story addition to its facility to keep up with a growing number of patients

3/24/2014


California healthcare system plans $180 million in upgrades

Projects reflect a stronger emphasis on outpatient care versus inpatient hospitalizations

3/21/2014


Design strategist seeing overlap in hotel, spa and healthcare design

Healthcare Design's Take Five series discusses the merging of healthcare with other market sectors

3/21/2014


Advanced medical learning technology creates challenges

Aligning the design of a simulation facility with the school's curriculum is a key design objective

3/21/2014


Health industry boosts slow Florida real estate market

Southwest Florida’s medical sector is starting to expand as the caution caused by the Affordable Care Act is abating

3/20/2014


Space requirements for healthcare functions have increased

Healthcare Facilities Management article explores how regulations and technologies influence space planning

3/14/2014


Tool kit supports designing safe healthcare spaces

Heathcare Design magazine article outlines The Center for Health Design's proactive safety risk assessment

3/14/2014


New hospital designed for value-based healthcare

Pennock Health Services' $70 million facility to revamp care delivery to reflect the future

3/14/2014


Affordable Care Act expected to change how hospitals are built, used

More clinics, ambulatory units and micro-hospitals are on the horizon, survey suggests

3/11/2014


San Francisco hospital to get quake-resistant addition

New hospital's design and construction are the subject of a video documentary from ElectricTV.net

3/6/2014


Association executive honored by Healthcare Design magazine

Douglas Erickson is among the founding board members of the Facility Guidelines Institute

3/5/2014


Research-informed decision making key to client service today, new AAH president says

Traditional design services called only part of what architects can offer changing healthcare market

3/4/2014



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