The prototype design for Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals had to be universal enough so it could be replicated to accommodate Everest’s expansion strategy.
Seismic compliance with the applicable California building codes is onerous and disruptive for building owners, especially for a building in the heavily regulated sector of healthcare. Owners of older buildings that house acute care services have a big deadline on the horizon—Jan. 1, 2030, the cutoff date to upgrade their buildings to SPC-4D.
Coleman Wolf, Senior Security Systems Consultant with global engineering firm ESD, outlines the top-three cybersecurity threats to commercial and institutional building owners and property managers, and offers advice on how to deter and defend against hackers.
PCL Construction, Adolfson & Peterson, Swinerton, and Skanska USA top the ranking of the nation's largest medical office building (MOB) contractors and construction management (CM) firms for 2022, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2022 Giants 400 Report.
Healthcare Facilities | Jun 29, 2021
Gresham Smith designed the project.
Healthcare Facilities | Jun 25, 2021
A pandemic delay led the design-build team to rethink the addition’s reception, waiting, and triage areas.
Resiliency | Jun 24, 2021
New on HorizonTV, oceanographer John Englander discusses his latest book, which warns that, regardless of resilience efforts, sea levels will rise by meters in the coming decades. Adaptation, he says, is the key to future building design and construction.
Healthcare Facilities | Jun 10, 2021
E4H Architecture designed the project.
AEC Tech | May 24, 2021
Ernst & Young’s white paper makes its cases for the technology’s myriad benefits.
Healthcare Facilities | May 20, 2021
California Veteran Home, Skilled Nursing Facility and Memory Care project set for Yountville, Calif.
A team of Rudolph and Sletten and CannonDesign will design and build the facility.
Market Data | May 18, 2021
The report examines electricity, fossil fuel, water/sewer, and carbon footprint.
Healthcare Facilities | Gresham Smith | May 7, 2021
If a facility violates HIPAA rules, the penalty can be costly to both their reputation and wallet, with fines up to $250,000 depending on the severity.