Healthcare Projects

 

Healthcare Projects

  • Stantec to Acquire Anshen + Allen

    The consolidation of architecture firms continues with the announcement that Edmonton, Alberta–based Stantec will acquire San Francisco–based Anshen + Allen, a leading healthcare design firm with 200 employees in four locations in the U.S. and the U.K.

     
  • Healthy Choices for Hospitals

    Kathy Gerwig, vice president of workplace safety and environmental stewardship officer for Kaiser Permanente talks about how healthcare organizations are reducing their environmental footprints.

     
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    (Air) Quality Control in Healthcare

    A principal from Perkins+Will explores the challenges of clearing the air and reducing waste in healthcare settings.

     
  • Anna Dietzsch and Joaquim Rondon of Davis Brody Bond Aedas in the Vila Madalena neighborhood of S£o Paulo, where theyre designing a linear park in collaboration with the city government and a nonprofit group.

    Emerging Market: Architecture Jobs in Brazil

    Architecture jobs in Brazil could be increasing, as the fast-growing country holds opportunities for U.S. architects beyond the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics.

     
  • Humanscale Healthcares T5 Point-of-Care Technology Cart features integrated cable management and a power system for a computer, and is designed to meet the ergonomic requirements of 99% of users while either sitting or standing. The wheeled carts foot-operated height adjustability allows quick changes, and the keyboard, monitor, and work surface can be adjusted independently. The internal power system uses no fan, limiting the spread of pathogens, and provides 12 hours of continuous use between charges. A remote power management system relays battery information to a central location in a healthcare facility. The cart contains more than 50% recycled materials. humanscale.com

    Humanscale Healthcare T5 Point-of-Care Technology Cart

    Ergonomic while sitting or standing, the wheeled cart for a computer allows quick and easy adjustments.

     
  • Are Our Buildings Making Us Sick?

    An architect from Anshen+Allen looks for healthy, sustainable materials, inside and out.

     
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    'Landscapes of Quarantine,' Storefront for Art and Architecture

    Designers' responses to the spatial implications of quarantine. Through April 17.

     
  • Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi

    Global Hospitals: The Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi

    The globalization of U.S.-style healthcare offers opportunities for design firms (the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi is an example), but the strong markets vary when it comes to client and cultural expectations.

     
  • Stantec Acquires Granary Associates

    Global design and consulting firm Stantec announced on Oct. 28 that it is acquiring Granary Associates, a Philadelphia-based healthcare architecture and interiors firm.

     
  • Roanoke, Va.

    Despite the downturn, Roanoke has maintained a building boomlet over the past couple of years, thanks to healthcare, educational, and cultural projects.

     
 
 
 

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