All posts tagged “Sustainability”

GBI announces 2021 Green Globes Awards in Virtual Awards Ceremony on Earth Day

VA Boston Healthcare System Research Service has been named 2021 Green Globes Project of the Year by the Green Building Initiative during a virtual awards ceremony April 22, in honor of Earth Day. The Sustainable Interiors project earned a Four Green Globes rating, the highest level of recognition under the Green Globes certification system. Read More …

Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain Delivers New Destination for Research, Education + Clinical Care

Located near the Twin Cities’ campus of the University of Minnesota, the Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain works to advance brain health for early childhood and adolescent patients, and their families, with the help of educators and researchers from across the university, as well as M Health Fairview clinicians. Designed by Read More …

Michael Graves Architecture & Design Acquires Waldon Studio Architects, Patrick Schultz to Lead Healthcare Sector

Michael Graves Architecture has acquired Waldon Studio Architects, a Maryland-based planning, architecture and interior design firm. Part of a long-term strategic growth plan for MG, the acquisition will combine the distinct strengths of the two firms to cultivate shared expertise across design sectors and further Read More …

ASHE Advocacy Team Welcomes Two Senior Associate Directors

The American Society for Health Care Engineering of the American Hospital has welcomed two senior associate directors to its advocacy team. Read More …

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Accounting Tool Unveiled for Health Systems, Hospitals

To further assist partner health systems and hospitals calculate value chain emissions impact and identify where to focus reduction activities, Practice Greenhealth has released the Scope 3 GHG Emissions Accounting Tool. Read More …

Mental Health Clinic for Veterans in Tampa on Track for 18-Month Completion

Construction for a $91-million U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ mental health clinic in Tampa, Florida will soon begin and is expected to take 18 months to complete. The 144,000-square-foot clinic will combine three existing VA services being offered on and off Read More …

Penn Medicine’s Pavilion Marks Healthcare ‘First’ with LEED Gold Building Certification for Sustainability

Penn Medicine’s new Pavilion on the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania’s campus has broken new ground for sustainable healthcare construction and design with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Read More …

Grady Health System in Atlanta Achieves Construction Milestone on Advanced Surgical Center

Grady Health System has achieved the topping out milestone on the Correll Pavilion adjacent to Grady Memorial Hospital’s main campus in Atlanta, Georgia. Read More …

Ground Broken for $840M Louisville VA Medical Center

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District recently broke ground for the new VA Medical Center in Louisville, Kentucky. With an area of over 972,000 square feet, the new $840-million medical center Read More …

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