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MKM Architecture + Design Elevates Andrew Mitchell to Principal

Andrew Mitchell, AIA, ACHA, has recently been elevated to principal at MKM architecture + design. Since joining MKM in 2009, Mitchell’s professional practice has focused on the evolution of healthcare and community health. Read More …

Omaha VA Ambulatory Care Center Design Represents Freedom, Sacrifice + Honor

Construction of the $86-million Omaha VA Ambulatory Care Center, a 157,000-square-foot, three-story, outpatient facility for veterans, has recently been completed. With nearly 40,000 veterans being treated in Omaha, Nebraska annually, the new facility includes seven primary care units, an Read More …

Matthew Fahrenbach Earns ‘Rising Star’ Honors

Matthew Fahrenbach, P.E., LEED AP, has been named a “Rising Star in the AEC Industry,” a program sponsored by ZweigWhite that recognizes future role models and leaders who will shape their firms and professions. Read More …

Stantec Launches Second Virtual Reality Research Initiative

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Following a successful research pilot, Stantec architectural designers are launching a secondary study to explore methods for integrating virtual reality technology with building design modeling. Read More …

Optimizing Healthcare Construction, Operations With BIM

Building Information Modeling is an integral part of providing construction services for healthcare facilities. Whether during design, estimating or construction, the process lends itself to building virtually by demonstrating its true value. Whether saving labor through improved fabrication techniques, reducing risk by engineering a hazard out of the equation or operating a building more efficiently with a data-rich model — the use of BIM should always be where it makes the most sense. To do so requires an equal amount of commitment and coordination from clients, design teams and subcontractors. Read More …

Bond Awarded Construction of Lawrence General Hospital’s New Surgical Building

BOSTON, Mass. – Construction management firm BOND has been hired to provide construction management services for Lawrence General Hospital’s new, 42,250-square-foot surgical building as part of a $72-million effort to improve healthcare delivery and expand the reach of the hospital and its services. Read More …

Measure Up: New database, tracking to supercharge project planning, delivery and LEED projects

The results are in. For the past three years, the Construction Industry Institute at the University of Texas, Austin has been building a secure national database of healthcare facility project metrics. Read More …

Prefab in Motion: Realizing value through healthcare multi-trade prefabrication

Today’s contractors have to improve project delivery methods through increased collaboration with design teams to remain competitive. Many are exploring opportunities in the multi-trade prefabrication and modularization approach to building. In the healthcare sector, there are a significant number of projects successfully using prefabrication for bathroom pods, headwalls and MEP racks. Read More …

Next Generation Healthcare Facilities Summit to be held Feb. 10-12

International Quality & Productivity Center’s Next Generation Healthcare Facilities Summit will be held Feb. 10-12 in Santa Monica, Calif. More than 24 experts will discuss the principles of healthcare facility design in regard to architectural vision, cleanliness, indoor environmental quality, energy efficiency, daylighting, acoustic control and more. Read More …

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