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Metal tiles were used in the physical therapy gymnasium to give the space a more
on May 07,2012 in Feature

How a Building Team created a high-tech rehabilitation center for wounded veterans of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Tower's exterior skin includes a rainscreen, glass, and metal panel system.
on May 03,2012 in Feature

This fully integrated Building Team opted for a multi-prime contracting strategy to keep construction going on Chicago’s Rush University Medical...

on April 03,2012 in Product Review

At Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga, Ont., a strong fire suppression system was needed to support the hospital's 3,000-sf lobby, which...

The colorful ribboned flooring at Toronto’s Corus Quay mimics the iconic corkscr
on April 03,2012 in Feature

Laying the foundation for good design.

A patient room at Methodist Women’s Hospital, Omaha, Neb. HDR Architecture desig
on March 01,2012 in Feature

The healthcare design and construction picture has been muddied by uncertainty over the new healthcare law. Hospital systems are in a bind, not...

Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi’s fusion facility combines academic departme
on January 31,2012 in Feature

‘Fusing’ multiple functions into a single building can make it greater than the sum of its parts. The first in a series  on the design...

BIM: Not Just for New Buildings
on January 03,2012 in Feature

Ohio State University Medical Center is converting 55 Medical Center buildings from AutoCAD to BIM to improve quality and speed of decision making...

on November 11,2011 in Feature

Earn 1.0 AIA/CES learning units by studying this article and successfully completing the online exam. 

on November 11,2011 in Feature

The civilian and military branches of the federal government are looking for innovative, smart-thinking AEC firms to design and construct their...

on September 12,2011 in Feature

Modular Architecture > You’ve done a LEED Gold or two, maybe even a LEED Platinum. But are you and your firm ready to take on the Living...