Adaptive Reuse | Apr 7, 2016

Redevelopment plan announced for Chicago’s historic Cook County Hospital

The century-old, Beaux Arts architecture-inspired hospital will transform into a mixed-use development. 

High-rise Construction | Mar 3, 2016

LA's U.S. Bank Tower to build exterior glass slide leading from 70th to 69th floors

The glass slide, part of a $50 million renovation project, will stretch 45 feet along the exterior of the building.

Healthcare Facilities | Mar 1, 2016

Christ Hospital in Cincinnati brings its joint and spine care services under one roof

The opening coincides with agreements that make this center a preferred provider for several employers with self-funded healthcare plans.    

Game Changers | Feb 5, 2016

Mayo Clinic's breakthrough research lab puts evidence-based design to the test

Mayo teams up with Delos to bring hard science to EBD research.

Great Solutions | Jan 19, 2016

Healing garden doubles as therapy trails

A Boston-area hospital takes the healing garden to the next level.

Great Solutions | Jan 6, 2016

Shepley Bulfinch develops elegant design solution to address behavioral issues in emergency departments

ED scheme allows staff to isolate unruly patients and visitors in a secure area.

Greenbuild Report | Dec 10, 2015

Sustainable performance: Hospital systems’ new financial and marketing imperative

Several years ago, the healthcare industry would have ranked in the bottom tier among adopters of sustainable design and construction. Now, it is outpacing other nonresidential sectors in moving toward high-performance, healthy environments.

Healthcare Facilities | Nov 6, 2015

Paint company unveils product that can kill bacteria in hospitals

The new product from Sherwin-Williams, called Paint Shield, is said to not only kill over 99.9% of dangerous bacteria, but also reduces growth of “common microbes.”

Healthcare Facilities | Nov 4, 2015

Hospital designers get the scoop on the role of innovation in healthcare

“Innovation” was the byword as 175 healthcare designers gathered in Chicago for the American College of Healthcare Architects/AIA Academy of Architecture for Health Summer Leadership Summit.

Healthcare Facilities | Oct 23, 2015

Mortenson study: Healthcare providers optimistic, but want changes to Affordable Care Act

The 2015 Mortenson Healthcare Industry Study found that 76% of providers are at least optimistic about the future of healthcare, but eight out of 10 would like to see changes made to ACA.

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