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Blair + Mui Dowd Architects set the standard at Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Vanderbilt is one of the most recognized educational and healthcare brands in middle Tennessee. With a design process that is research-focused and data-driven, Blair + Mui Dowd Architects sought to further enhance Vanderbilt Medical Center’s image through strategic visual branding, in particular through creating a consistent, recognizable set of architectural finishes in every facility. To attract the best clinicians, scientists, and educators, the new finishes integrate sustainable materials that reflect modern standards in addition to their consistent aesthetic appeal.

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OLE Health’s newest location clad with Linetec-finished aluminum wall panels

Designed by INDE architecture of San Francisco, the 29,000-square-foot, three-story building’s exterior colors showcase a contemporary, agriculturally inspired palette including terra cotta, light brown and slate gray tones. More accurately, the slate color is called, “Charcoal Smudge.” It was applied by Linetec using Sherwin-Williams Fluropon® 70%, two-coat, PVDF resin-based coatings.

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New York State’s first proton therapy center reaches completion

Stantec led the architectural and interior design of the state-of-the-art, 135,000 square foot facility with four treatment rooms and one research room. The three-story center, expected to treat 1,400 patients annually, is a collaboration between Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Montefiore Health System, Mount Sinai Health System, and ProHEALTH Proton Management LLC.

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DCS Design to rebrand and design new AOTA national headquarters

“We are so excited to be working with AOTA on both the design of their headquarters space, as well as helping them rebrand the look and feel of their vital organization,” said Lena Scott, Principal, DCS Design. “By rebranding the organization in tandem with their new space design, AOTA is assured a unified design process and brand integration. Our two divisions will work in unison throughout the entire project.”

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Miller Hull and Lease Crutcher Lewis to design and develop University of Washington’s cutting-edge Population Health Initiative in Seattle

The 290,000-square-foot building is conceived as a hybrid facility designed to respond directly to the mission of the University of Washington’s Population Health Initiative—a 25-year vision to address the most persistent and emerging challenges affecting human health, environmental resilience and social and economic equity across the globe. Led by design-build collaborators Miller Hull and Lease Crutcher Lewis, the project is being developed using an Integrated Design-Build (IDB) delivery method, a process that encourages teams to embrace elements of Integrated Project Delivery as well as Lean Design and Construction—techniques developed to create efficiency while maximizing value and minimizing waste

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Margulies Perruzzi adds, promotes healthcare studio talent

Margulies Perruzzi is pleased to announce that associate principal John Fowler, AIA, EDAC, LEED AP, has been elevated to the position of associate partner of the firm. Margulies Perruzzi is also proud to welcome Mark Thomsen, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, as senior project manager for healthcare.

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Geisinger selects Stantec for design of systemwide master plan

Stantec to lead the design of a systemwide masterplan encompassing all of Geisinger’s inpatient and outpatient facilities spanning Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The physician-led system is comprised of approximately 30,000 employees, 13 hospital campuses, two research centers, and a 583,000-member health plan. Stantec will balance shifting population demographics, regional healthcare resources, and anticipated demands on outpatient primary and specialty services.

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US Federal Properties Co. partners with Hoefer Wysocki on four new Veterans Affairs health clinics

In collaboration with USFP, which develops, finances, owns and operates federal government-leased properties, Hoefer Wysocki will lead the architectural and interior design of the new healthcare clinics. “With the growing number of Veterans in our nation, it is imperative that their healthcare needs are fully addressed,” said Hosam Habib, AIA, principal, director of design at Hoefer Wysocki. “Each clinic is uniquely designed to empower Veterans to gain ready access to healthcare, to enable providers to deliver the highest quality care, and to engage and improve the communities in which the clinics are located. To that end, the design of each clinic is inspired by its community context, the site and its topography, and a spirit of compassion for our Veterans.”

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HED hires six senior healthcare design team members in Boston office

HED is pleased to announce its hiring of six senior level healthcare staff members in its Boston office. These talented designers and healthcare professionals join the firm from Steffian Bradley Architects and its affiliated Sterling Planning Alliance partnership and includes: Bobbe Young, Lt Col (Ret), MHA; Alberto Salvatore, AIA, NCARB, EDAC; Lynn Drover, NCIDQ, AAHID; Donald Luoni; Jacqueline Royer, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP; and Erin Pleasants.

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Maria Ionescu joins Stantec’s healthcare leadership team in Los Angeles

Maria Ionescu has joined Stantec as senior medical planner and senior project manager in its healthcare buildings team in Los Angeles. Ionescu comes to Stantec from Singapore, where she has served as the lead healthcare project manager on multiple facilities. Prior to working in Asia, Ionescu acted as the planning coordinator for the award-winning Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal in Quebec, the largest French-teaching hospital in North America.

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