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The doors will help accommodate the expected influx of patients.
There were eight awards in total given out.
Acoustics manufacturers discuss the different needs of the various areas of a healthcare facility.
From its layout to its amenities, Atria Englewood senior living community focuses on giving residents independence.
Adaptability and multipronged approaches are critical to weathering disasters.
Going beyond the building code requirements is key for temperature resilience.
The older generation is rapidly diversifying and senior care facilities will need to reflect that.
With limited space available for new buildings, healthcare professionals are now looking at old buildings.
Managers can make decisions related to windows, lighting and green roofs that prevent bird collisions.
What was seemingly a design trend is now here to stay.
Designers are thinking about future generations when building new healthcare facilities.
A summary of the topics and issues discussed in the recent round of manufacturer roundtables on roofing.
Roofing manufacturers discuss the specific needs of healthcare facility roofing and how often to inspect the roofing.
Roofing manufacturers discuss how to address common problems.
A rescue box was struck to alert emergency crews of the collapse.
Josh Domingo discusses how healthcare facilities can better design an environment that allows for a more flexible operation.
Coronavirus has exposed issues with current healthcare provision and architecture
With construction of senior living communities on the rise, architects look for design elements that set them apart
Plan outlines actions that can help healthcare facilities adapt to the impacts of climate change, such as sea-level rise
Resource offers guidance when designing and renovating spaces to address current pandemic and increase future resilience
COVID-19 forced healthcare facilities to make rapid changes to their infrastructure
Future facilities to incorporate larger emergency rooms to keep patients more physically distanced
Hospitals ask state to reconsider requirements written into law more than 20 years ago
New ideas are being vetted rapidly, such as redesign of physical space and infrastructural updates
Milwaukee project transforms 1847 firehouse into clinical location
To meet California’s seismic standards by 2030, UC Davis Health System to undertake $3.75 billion project
Designing for multi-disciplinary approach can be challenging, but improved results are worth the effort
Multi-disciplinary team approach for cancer care requires right space
Managers look for ways to futureproof their facilities to meet whatever comes next
The hospital has seen a host of mold outbreaks since 2005, when it discovered Aspergillus mold in an operating room
The new normal includes being able to modify existing facilities to quickly create isolation zones
The new space connects patients and staff to the calming effects of nature
Facility managers can help ensure spaces work for virtual visits
U.S. Justice Department sues firm, owners of 15 facilities over accessibility failures
Some design changes might be temporary, many of these now-makeshift elements will be embedded permanently in designs for the future
Research activities like interviews, contextual inquiries and usability tests pose challenges for architects
Nursing home design should balance infection control, quality of life and greater resident wellness
The paint reflects 95.5 percent of solar radiation
Even without traditional outdoor space, improvements to bring nature to the lobby and other community spaces to give a 'walk in the park' feel
Changes to the design of a facility can be implemented for a number of reasons, ranging from new equipment, new services or perhaps even downgrading certain departments
New facilities may be designed to accommodate sudden patient surges
Virtual reality (VR) technology allows for immediate experiences and on-demand reconfigurations at significantly lower costs than building physical mock-ups does
RTLS can be used to support a wide variety of patient-centric mobile applications
The list was compiled by architects and frontline workers
For construction projects already underway when the pandemic and subsequent lockdown hit, modular meant that off-site construction of various building components could continue unabated even as other industries ground to a halt
Energy-efficient La Porte Hospital to include technological amenities
The entire point of care ecosystem, which goes beyond the interaction between patient and caregiver, has an effect on improving the overall experience
Safety is always our number one priority, and every design decision is made with this in mind
In addition to helping patients heal, hospitals are also motivated to reduce noise levels as it impacts funding and is part of the building code
Healthcare facilities are urged to limit entries, improve HVAC systems, compartmentalize spaces and create hot zones
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