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Goshen Health Patient Tower Completed

Principle construction is complete on the new patient tower at Goshen Hospital, located in Indiana. The 110,000-square-foot space provides the opportunity to move from semi-private patient rooms to private. The tower consists of 78 new patient rooms Read More …

Deborah Heart and Lung Center Breaks Ground on $108M Expansion, Renovation Project

Deborah Heart and Lung Center, Browns Mills, New Jersey, recently broke ground on a $108-million capital expansion and renovation project. The groundbreaking coincides with the healthcare organization’s 100th-anniversary celebration this year. The project team includes EwingCole and Torcon, Inc. Read More …

Leftover Hospital Construction Materials Repurposed as Sleeping Pod for Homeless

Sutter Health has built several hospitals in the California Bay Area over the past 15 years, but its Santa Rosa Hospital expansion is the first to use leftover construction materials to help the homeless. The re-purposed materials are being used for Read More …

Call for Applications for Joseph G. Sprague New Investigator Award

The Joseph G. Sprague New Investigator Award, created by The Center for Health Design and funded by the Sprague Foundation, strives to encourage up-and-coming researchers to examine how the built environment impacts outcomes in healthcare settings. Priority will be given to studies focused on design that supports Read More …

Call for Entries: Symposium Distinction Awards

Entries are being accepted for the Symposium Distinction Awards. The annual program recognizes design teams, projects and individuals who have made a profound contribution to the healthcare design industry. Read More …

ASHE Publishes Updated Infection Control Risk Assessment

The American Society for Health Care Engineering published an updated infection control risk assessment called ICRA 2.0, which promotes and directs interdisciplinary infection prevention in healthcare facilities during construction, renovation and maintenance. Read More …

E4H Environments for Health Architecture Promotes Allison Dar to Associate Partner

E4H Environments for Health Architecture has promoted Allison Dar, AIA, EDAC, LEED AP, to associate partner. Dar has over 20 years of healthcare design experience. She manages several Read More …

SBLM Architects Welcomes New Health & Wellness Studio Director to New York City Office

Ann Chu, Assoc. AIA, has joined SBLM Architects as the new director of the Healthcare & Wellness Studio in the company’s New York City office. With over 25 years of experience in the healthcare field, Chu will lead the growth of the studio, expanding its project portfolio and design team. Her expertise will help reimagine healthcare spaces by Read More …

Ron Zawadzki to Lead Building Technology Systems at WSP

Ron Zawadzki has been named the national practice leader for building technology systems at WSP USA. In his expanded leadership role, Zawadzki will foster growth within the firm’s BTS team by augmenting specialty services and mechanical-electrical-plumbing business lines. Read More …

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