Healthcare Facilities

Watch on-demand: Key Trends in the Healthcare Facilities Market for 2024-2025

Join the Building Design+Construction editorial team for this on-demand webinar on key trends, innovations, and opportunities in the $65 billion U.S. healthcare buildings market. A panel of healthcare design and construction experts present their latest projects, trends, innovations, opportunities, and data/research on key healthcare facilities sub-sectors. A 2024-2025 U.S. healthcare facilities market outlook is also presented.


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Multifamily Housing | Mar 3, 2015

10 kitchen and bath design trends for 2015

From kitchens made for pet lovers to floating vanities, the nation's top kitchen and bath designers identify what's hot for 2015.

Office Buildings | Mar 3, 2015

Former DuPont lab to be converted into business incubator near UPenn campus

The new Pennovation Center will provide collaborative and research spaces for educators, scientists, students, and the private sector.

K-12 Schools | Mar 2, 2015

BD+C special report: What it takes to build 21st-century schools

How the latest design, construction, and teaching concepts are being implemented in the next generation of America’s schools.

Codes and Standards | Mar 2, 2015

Proposed energy standard for data centers, telecom buildings open for public comment

The intent of ASHRAE Standard 90.4P is to create a performance-based approach that would be more flexible and accommodating of innovative change.

K-12 Schools | Mar 1, 2015

Are energy management systems too complex for school facility staffs?

When school districts demand the latest and greatest, they need to think about how those choices will impact the district’s facilities employees.

Industrial Facilities | Feb 27, 2015

Massive windmill will double as mixed-use entertainment tower in Rotterdam

The 571-foot structure will house apartments, a hotel, restaurants, even a roller coaster.

Office Buildings | Gresham Smith | Feb 26, 2015

Using active design techniques to strengthen the corporate workplace and enhance employee wellness

The new Lentz Public Health Center in Nashville, Tenn., serves as a model of how those progressive and healthy changes can be made.

K-12 Schools | Feb 26, 2015

Should your next school project include a safe room?

Many school districts continue to resist mandating the inclusion of safe rooms or storm shelters in new and existing buildings. But that may be changing.

K-12 Schools | Feb 26, 2015

Construction funding still scarce for many school districts

Many districts are struggling to have new construction and renovation keep pace with student population growth.

K-12 Schools | Feb 26, 2015

D.C.'s Dunbar High School is world's highest-scoring LEED school, earns 91% of base credits

The 280,000-sf school achieved 91 points, out of 100 base points possible for LEED, making it the highest-scoring school in the world certified under USGBC’s LEED for Schools-New Construction system.