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The Building Team for the California Health Care Facility, Stockton, only had ab
on July 13,2014 in Feature

A massive scope, tough schedule, and technical complexity fail to daunt the Building Team for a huge California correctional project.

The Naval Hospital at Camp Pendleton replaces an outmoded hospital on the base.
on July 08,2014 in Feature

Through advanced coordination methods and an experimental contract method, the Building Team for Camp Pendleton’s new hospital campus sets a new...

The Alfond Center for Health, Augusta, Maine, uses massing to create a ‘Village
on July 07,2014 in Feature

Extensive use of local contractors, vendors, and laborers brings a Maine hospital project in months ahead of schedule.

An example of emerging "live, work, play" strategy is the development of residen
on June 04,2014 in Feature

In urban and even suburban markets, real estate is about the "live, work, play," with close proximity to mass transit and other amenities, like...

Photo: Bidgee via Wikimedia Commons
on May 03,2014 in Feature

Money continues to be scarce, yet U.S. health systems need to invest and re-invest in their physical future. Healthcare facilities planning...

Photo: courtesy CBRE Healthcare
on April 02,2014 in Feature

A growing number of healthcare organizations are moving to an integrated real estate model in an effort to better manage costs, respond to...

on December 10,2013 in Feature

From a crowd-funded smart shovel to a why-didn’t-someone-do-this-sooner scheme for managing traffic in public restrooms, these ideas are...

The design and construction of the hospital’s 42-foot-high, 60,000-sf mechanical
on May 01,2013 in Feature

The Building Team for the 23-story Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago implements an integrated BIM/VDC workflow to execute a complex vertical...

5 radical trends in outpatient facility design
on February 14,2013 in Feature

Building Design+Construction combed the healthcare design and construction sector to evaluate the latest developments in outpatient facility...

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...