Prefab Strategy Streamlines Office Building Renovation

Exam rooms built as pods off-site and delivered nearly complete to construction site


Hospitals, Schools and Building Resilience in Communities

What is hospitals' role in responding to and returning to operation after a natural disaster?


Construction Adapts to the COVID-19 Era

Healthcare construction finds new policies to keep workers and construction sites safe Category: construction


Halted by Pandemic, New Hospital To Resume Construction

Health system paused $55 million project three months before work was scheduled to finish


Adaptive Reuse Brings Expanded Healthcare Services

Empty for five years, the former grocery store space has been converted into a federally qualified health center


Case Study: Mobile Structures Assist in Pandemic Testing

Customizable containers and trailers, like the Athena Mobile Laboratory, are assisting healthcare workers with the pandemic


Hotels Eyed for Vaccination Sites

Hotels bring unique infrastructure and operational capabilities to serve as vaccine administration sites


Major Hospital Campus Expansion Gains Approval

University of California, Irvin project to include 144-bed acute care facility, ambulatory care center and cancer center


Modular Construction: Benefits and Challenges

Strategy cuts down on the time needed to build a facility


Hospital Design Puts Patient Needs First

To maintain a setting that is better for patients with autism, the design emphasizes a lack of visual clutter


Fast Track: China Builds Hospital in Five Days

A 3,000-room hospital is under construction in Shijiazhuang


Controlling COVID-19 on Construction Sites Proves Challenging

One-half of the respondents indicated training is “often” or “always” required by project owners


Ohio Healthcare System Plans Expansion

$156 million, 60-bed hospital and medical office complex could create up to 275 jobs


COVID-19 Is Remaking Healthcare Construction

ASHE resources address key considerations for keeping construction site safe


COVID-19 Continues Pressure on Hospital ICUs

Study finds 90 percent increase in hospitals reaching ICU capacity


Seven Legal Considerations for Constructing Healthcare Facilities

The pandemic is altering the approach to facility design and construction


California Project Addresses Research, Capacity and Earthquakes

The project aims to address a severe bed shortage and create a more modern, seismically sound hospital


Massive Construction Project Opens in New York

The cost of the project originally had been estimated at $545 million


Lexington Sees Wave of Healthcare Construction Amid Pandemic

A new project is one of several areas hospitals and medical groups that have renovated or expanded buildings recently


Closed Hospital Reopens Amid COVID-19 Surge

Historic Community Hospital Long Beach has begun receiving transfer patients


COVID-19 Relief Act Funds New VA Hospital

Plans call for two buildings to be renovated into a 58-bed medical-surgical hospital


Prefabrication Is a Fit for the Healthcare Industry

This example of patient bathroom pods demonstrates the effectiveness of prefabrication


Modular Construction Isn’t Without Challenges

When planning your next healthcare project, ask your supplier these three questions


Staff Shortage Imperils Field Hospital

With beds available, nursing shortage means hospital can’t staff field hospital Category: Infection control


Amid COVID-19, Florida Healthcare Campus Breaks Ground

Healthcare center will entail a 602,000-square-feet hospital with 264 beds spread over 10 floors


Medical Colleges Adds Flood-Prevention Measures

Medical College of South Carolina has weathered tropical storm surges and regional flooding


Walgreens Clinics Aim To Compete with Off-Campus Offerings

Facilities are a part of plan to open 500-700 clinics in more than 30 U.S. markets


The Benefits of Modular Construction

The pre-fabrication trend is here to stay in healthcare facilities


COVID-19 Resurgence Might Trigger Field Hospital Reopenings

New York’s Cuomo says New York can add 5,000 field hospital beds if needed


A Continuous Assessment: Understanding Compliance During New Construction

Healthcare facilities must keep pace with rapid changes in code compliance, neighborhood health, sustainability and energy management


Common Myths In Healthcare Construction Management

When setting the foundation for a healthcare construction project, it’s important to separate fact from fiction


Four Keys To A Complex Healthcare Construction Project

Patient safety and operational continuity come above all else


Pre-Fab Bathroom Pods Deliver Luxury To Go

The Christ Hospital Joint and Spine Center plugged in high-end modular bathrooms as part of its tight construction schedule


Mayo's Tower Expansion Paused Indefinitely'

The proposed expansion would have included a seven-story hotel


Battling Infection Through Construction And Design

Throughout history, how we design and inhabit physical space has been a primary defense against epidemics


Wisconsin Healthcare Project Uses Prefab Components

New ambulatory health center cut a month off of its construction time


Healthcare Projects Benefiting From Modular Construction

Modular construction translates into reductions in cost, risk, material waste and construction times


How Modular Healthcare Facilities Aided Pandemic Response

Modular healthcare facilities are being widely used as surge capacity for COVID-19 patients


Healthcare slow to adopt modular construction

A manufacturing-style process helps to reduce the amount of wasted material


Hurricane Florence repairs nearly complete at North Carolina hospital

Another hurricane season is approaching as the work is finished


Combining union and open-shop labor for healthcare commissioning projects

The open-shop model is one that can continue to benefit the healthcare construction industry navigate regulatory and technology-driven hurdles


D.C. converting convention center to healthcare facility

The facility is scheduled to open in phases, with 500 beds available by the first week of May


Army Corps of Engineers stayed ahead of building challenge by being proactive

The Army Corps of Engineers is converting dozens of hotels and convention centers


10 strategies for planning a successful construction project

Successful construction projects require effective preplanning, oversight, cooperation and anticipating problems and managing them before they become delays, failures and catastrophes


10 strategies for planning a successful construction project

Successful projects require effective preplanning, oversight, cooperation and anticipating problems


Australia's first hospital built with liquor profits

The project was paid for by the sale of rum


Carpenters learning to create infection-free hospital construction zones

Carpenters trained in infection-control practices by union


Many San Francisco area hospitals still at risk of earthquake collapse

Risk still exists 12 years past retrofit deadline


How can China build a hospital for coronavirus so quickly?

Staff hoped hospital will be completed within six days


Healthcare facilities are focusing on designing for flexibility

The ability to adapt and grow to patient needs, is a major concern when designing any kind of medical facility



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