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Integrated Design Firm LPA Acquires LdG Landscape Architects

Design firm LPA has recently acquired LdG Landscape Architects, a San Diego, California studio focused on a research-based approach to developing active and meaningful outdoor spaces for people. Read More …

Joint Venture Delivers $545M Patient Pavilion at Vassar Brothers Medical Center

Construction is complete on Nuvance Health’s new 752,610-square-foot patient pavilion at Vassar Brothers Medical Center, located in Poughkeepsie, New York. The project team included Walsh Construction and joint-venture partner Consigli Construction, as well as architect CallisonRTKL. The $545-million medical pavilion Read More …

UCI to Build World-Class Hospital on Irvine Campus

Plans to build a world-class, acute care hospital on the northern edge of the University of California, Irvine academic campus have been approved by the University of California Board of Regents. The 144-bed acute care facility, ambulatory care center and cancer center will be designed and constructed by Hensel Phelps Construction Company with CO Architects. Read More …

ASTM International Construction Standard to Support Architectural Mock-Up Programs

A new ASTM International standard will help architects designing mock-up structures used to prepare for the construction of a new building. ASTM’s committee on performance of buildings developed the standard, which will soon Read More …

Sustainable Building Practices, Materials Help Deliver Northwest Health – La Porte Hospital

Construction on the new Northwest Health – La Porte Hospital, located in La Porte, Indiana, was recently completed and has now opened. The project team included general contractor Robins & Morton and architect Gresham Smith.

The 204,000-square-foot, Read More …

Architects Face Data, Culture Gaps in Fighting Climate Change

A new study published by the American Institute of Architects finds that data and culture gaps are obstacles architects are facing in fighting climate change. Read More …

MarinHealth Medical Center Replacement Hospital Features Holistic Patient-Focused Healing

The new Oak Pavilion at MarinHealth Medical Center, located in North Bay, California, is complete. The $535-million replacement building project is designed to meet the community’s changing needs and provide an exceptional healing environment for patients and caregivers, alike. The project team included Read More …

ASHE Recognizes Hospitals for Rethinking Energy Use

The Atrium Health Cleveland plant operations and maintenance team in Cleveland, Ohio, has been named the 2020 Energy Champion for demonstrating strong leadership in becoming a more energy-efficient facility and using saved resources to support patient care. In addition, hundreds of hospitals Read More …

New Medical, Veterinary Facilities at Tyndall Air Force Base Achieve LEED Silver

The newly modernized and expanded medical clinic and a new veterinary clinic at Tyndall Air Force Base, near Panama City, Florida, have been designated LEED Silver by the U.S. Green Building Council. The 325th Medical Group clinic, Building 1465, required structural and design updates to provide mission-critical, Read More …

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