Leveraging art, graphics in health care facilities

The expectations for health care buildings are constantly changing. In today’s world, the current trend is for outpatient spaces meant to serve the needs of interchangeable clinics or specialties as opposed to the more traditional model of customizing each space to the clinic served.

CREJ

September 2, 2018

The next generation of hybrid ORs

While blending advanced imaging and a cardiovascular surgical environment is attractive, it’s not right for every hospital.

CREJ

July 15, 2018

Medical office space booming as Denver market grows

While big-name companies are moving into the metro area to take advantage of the strong employment, concentration of skilled labor and its advanced transportation systems, the health care and wellness workforce continues to drive the region’s employment growth.

CREJ

April 15, 2018

Innovation, collaboration key to building hospitals of the future

With the cost of both health care and construction in Colorado on the rise, the process of building/designing new hospital facilities continues to evolve.

CREJ

April 15, 2018

Benefits, methods to foster outdoor engagement

Plants and landscaping used in senior outdoor spaces are other contributing factors in increasing outdoor engagement.

CREJ

January 29, 2018

Electrical design considerations for today, tomorrow and the future

Whether designing a new building or modifying an existing structure, health care projects require in-depth knowledge and expertise to stay current with ever-changing modifications in building codes and health care standards.

CREJ

October 21, 2017

Optimizing efficiences in design

In health care design, it is critical for project stakeholders to participate in development of the functional space program, articulating required adjacencies and how facility use and operations must be integrated with space planning.

CREJ

October 15, 2017

Fit your health care facility for the future with LEDs

Installing energy-efficiency lighting, for example, provides a unique opportunity to cut costs, while impacting patient satisfaction and staff performance.

CREJ

July 16, 2017

Why are Colo. senior housing starts leveling off?

A major factor for this cooling period is the increasing demands and expectations from residents, families and regulatory bodies.

CREJ

July 16, 2017

UCHealth to help meet the need in Cherry Creek

The five-story, 89,000-square-foot building, which will offer primary and advanced care, including cancer care, women’s care, additional specialties, state-of-the-art imaging and an outpatient surgery center, is being designed and constructed through a partnership with Brookhaven Capital Partners.

Jennifer Hayes

June 4, 2017