Healthcare projects honored for design

August 12, 2014

Eight projects were named in American Institute of Architects' National Healthcare Design Awards, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website. Recipients were selected in four categories: 

• Built, less than $25 million in construction cost 

• Built, more than $25 million in construction cost

• Unbuilt, must be commissioned for compensation by a client with the authority and intention to build

• Innovations in planning and design research, built and unbuilt

See the list of winners.


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