Construction - June 2021

COVID-19 Reshapes Hospital Expansion

Design-build team redesigned reception, waiting room, and triage areas and added rapid treatment area

6/29/2021


Construction Trends: Prefabrication, Infrastructure Upgrades

New report combines healthcare construction trends, challenges and insights from industry experts

6/25/2021


Texas Cancer Center Breaks Ground

Facility will include 30,000 square feet of clinic space for medical oncology, radiation oncology, and gynecologic oncology services

6/24/2021


UC Irvine Gets OK for $1 Billion Hospital Campus

Campus will house 144-bed acute care facility, ambulatory care center and cancer center

6/23/2021


UC-Davis Construction Addresses Seismic Demands

Square footage of new hospital will be nearly double to accomodate more private rooms

6/22/2021


Nationwide Children’s To Spend $3.3 Billion on Construction, Expansion

Spending will come over next five years to build 12-story inpatient tower, three other facilities

6/22/2021


Hospital's Renovation, Expansion Focus on Patients and Families

New facility will feature behavioral health design

6/21/2021


Case Study: Revamped Hospital Meets Space Needs

Solution involved relocating and enlarging main entrance, reconfiguring hospital’s interior and adding a parking garage

6/21/2021


Twice as Nice: Hospital To Double Bed Count

Expansion will add 200,000 square feet, more than double number of beds, and renovate and expand surgical and other facilities

6/18/2021


Ronald McDonald House in Hotel Links to Hospital

First-ever Ronald McDonald House designed and built for hotel has opened

6/18/2021


Health-Housing Project Targets Community Needs

3.7-acre complex is designed to increase access to healthcare and affordable housing for area’s most vulnerable

6/17/2021


Seismic Shift: System Opts To Build New, Not Retrofit

Retrofitting existing facility would cost about as much as building new hospital

6/17/2021


COVID-19 Influences Hospitals’ Upgrades

Lessons learned during pandemic applied to building overhauls, including need for patient privacy and expanded digital capabilities

6/17/2021


Hospital’s Construction Delayed Over COVID-19

Plans for new $240 million facility have been delayed again

6/15/2021


Which State Just Opened Its First New Hospital in 30 Years?

$543 million hospital has been more than a decade in planning

6/14/2021


Expanded Medical Center Tackles Seismic Requirements

Building sits on 126 base isolators, which allow it to accommodate movement during a seismic event

6/9/2021


Hurricanes Influence New Hospital’s Construction

New structure replaces original Fishermen’s Community Hospital, which was severely damaged by Hurricane Irma in 2017

6/7/2021


$2 Billion Hospital Expansion Resumes for UPMC

Plans include heart and transplant hospital and cancer hospital

6/3/2021


Cutting the Construction-Infection Connection

Construction firms paying more attention to control and mitigation of potential airborne contaminants

6/3/2021


Lean Design: Preventing Infection During Construction

Strategy helps protect workers and materials from potential interaction with pathogens

6/2/2021


Mastering the Art (and Science) of Site Selection

Environments in which patients receive care are evolving, and process of developing new healthcare facilities must change

6/2/2021


Las Vegas Hospital Launches $82 Million Expansion

Expansion will include five-story patient tower and include additional emergency department space

6/1/2021



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