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SmithGroup Promotes Andrew Brumbach to Lead Boston Health Studio

Andrew Brumbach has been elevated to lead SmithGroup’s healthcare studio in its Boston, Massachusetts office. In this role, he will lead an expert team in the delivery of integrated strategic, planning and design solutions for health systems throughout the Northeast. Read More …

IAPMO Hires Christoph Lohr as Vice President of Strategic Initiatives

Christoph Lohr, P.E., CPD, LEED AP BD+C, has been hired as vice president of Strategic Initiatives for the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials.

He has more than a decade of experience designing plumbing systems for healthcare, laboratory, hospitality, sports and Read More …

CDC to Address COVID-19 Impact on Legionnaires’ Disease, Present New Prevention Tools at Legionella Conference

Two speakers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will headline a virtual special session of the annual Legionella Conference on March 9-10. “Prevention of Disease and Injury From Waterborne Pathogens During an Emergent Health Crisis” will feature Read More …

Zach Mitchell Promoted to Associate Partner at PhiloWilke

Zach Mitchell, AIA, has been promoted to associate partner at PhiloWilke. Mitchell’s design sensibilities, and passion for collaboration, make him an excellent addition to the firm’s leadership. Read More …

ICRA Solutions LLC Introduces New Certification for Contractors, Hospital Personnel

ICRA Solutions LLC announces its new ICRA-I Certification as an optional exam added to its Construction in Healthcare Facilities Workshop. This certification will allow contractors and hospital personnel who perform work in hospitals to show they possess, and understand, the infection control guidelines Read More …

Nominate a Facilities Team for Chance to Receive $1,000 PPE Donation

Since a pandemic has turned healthcare facilities upside down overnight, and continues to wreak havoc, STARC Systems would like to recognize and thank the healthcare facility professionals that have worked tirelessly behind the scenes to make the impossible possible— Read More …

STARC Systems Accelerates Manufacturing of Temporary Isolation Solutions Before CARES Act Expires

STARC Systems, a manufacturer of temporary modular wall containment solutions used for occupied renovations and instant isolation, is accelerating its manufacturing process to accommodate healthcare facilities of any size looking to apply CARES Act funds to their order before the Act expires on Read More …

How Hospitals Can Prepare for Future of Higher Acuity Care

America’s hospitals are managing care for increasingly sick patients—and not just because of rising cases of COVID-19.

Since outpatient services began moving out of downtown hospital towers decades ago and into medical office buildings, standalone surgery centers and even strip malls, hospitals have been tasked with Read More …

New Era of Healthcare Underway at University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center – Aberdeen Campus

University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health recently marked the beginning of construction of its 60-acre Aberdeen campus, Maryland, with a flag raising ceremony supported by the American Legion Post #39 Honor Guard and UM UCH’s spiritual services and grounds team. Read More …

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