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8 Steps to Being Disaster Ready

Successfully operating a hospital and providing exceptional care on a conventional day requires significant leadership. Yet, in the case of an emergency or disaster, the need for swift decisive action is exponentially important. Being prepared in advance is the key. Read More …

If a building is designed to LEED energy principles, but isn’t operated that way, is it still sustainable?

Schrödinger’s cat is a famous thought experiment that asks scientists to imagine a cat in a box. Also in the box is a bottle of poison rigged to shatter when a radioactive element reaches a certain level of decay. Without opening the box, it’s impossible to know whether the cat is alive or dead. In quantum mechanics, this is used to conceive of a scenario where the cat is somehow both alive AND dead.

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Best Practice Resource Developed to Prevent Infections

The American Hospital Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have published best practices on using the healthcare physical environment to prevent infections. “Using the Health Care Physical Environment to Prevent and Control Infection: A Best Practice Guide to Help Health Care Organizations Create Safe, Healing Environments” Read More …

Healthcare Projects Take Top Honors in International Parking Institute Annual Awards

Three healthcare projects recently won the International Parking Institute’s 2018 Awards of Excellence. The winners prove that when ever- expanding technology and creativity are applied to daunting architectural and parking challenges, the results can be extraordinary. Selected by a judging panel of architects, parking experts and city, airport and university officials, Read More …

Two-Day Parking Symposium Provides Insights on Best Practices, Latest Technology

CLEVELAND, Ohio — How can the parking experience at your healthcare facility efficiently and effectively meet patients’ needs and still meet the parking needs of employees, visitors and guests?   Read More …

Andy Vogel Joins Array Architects in New Columbus, Ohio Office

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Andy Vogel, AIA, LEED AP, was recently hired to manage Array Architects’ new Columbus, Ohio office. He has more than a decade of healthcare experience across all service lines–from ambulatory to inpatient, pediatrics to behavioral health to emergency services. Read More …

DBIA Announces 2014 Design-Build Project Award Winners

WASHINGTON, D. C. — The Design-Build Institute of America, the only organization that defines, teaches and promotes best practices in design-build, announced its 19th annual Design-Build Project/Team Award winners. Recognized for exemplary collaboration and integration in design-build project delivery, the award-winning projects were evaluated by a panel of industry experts. Read More …

DBIA Releases 10 Best Practices for Design-Build Done Right

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Design-Build Institute of America has released a “Design-Build Done Right Best Practices” guidebook. Based on research, case studies and extensive industry input for more than a year, DBIA has identified the design-build best practices and implementing techniques that directly impact project performance. Read More …

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