Hospitals have a multitude of forces imposed upon them in addition to the regulatory requirements, certification guidelines, and technical demands which can be quite challenging to designers. … continue
Reimbursement structures have reshaped transitional healthcare facilities which include rapid recovery, subacute care, rehabilitation, memory care, substance abuse, behavioral health, hospice, and … continue
Medical Office Buildings (MOB’s) come in all shapes and sizes and are often developed on hospital campuses or into medical parks. These projects can vary greatly from single story, single occupant … continue
SUSTAINABLE DESIGNWe are advocates of sustainable design and building responsibly. We feel this is fundamental to the practice of architecture and, as stewards of our environment, incorporate these strong principles into our projects. Clients often ask us, "How do I make my building green?" Energy conservation and reducing our impact upon the environment is the common perception, but building in resiliency to our designs is also essential because it increases our ability to deal with the disruption of services when disaster strikes our communities. Constructing sustainable buildings actually helps us be less vulnerable to disruption. It is important to remember that building substantially is also sustainable by design because if the building lasts longer then it will not consume additional resources to replace. This is sustainable design, and we do it well!