Read the best articles from the past week. HVAC and fire suppression piping, Standard 189.1, technologies to watch in fire and life safety, codes and standards in health care facilities and nuanced design strategies for senior living facilities.
From the project’s inception, the design team collaborated with educators, therapists, and hospital staff to understand the unique needs of the children who would use this space as well as enhancements they wanted to see in their new space.
Tom Divine, PE, has joined the editorial advisory board in his new role as a senior electrical engineer at Johnston, LLC
Responses to several questions about hospital HVAC systems are answered here
Lower-cost alternatives to traditional hospitals create code challenges for engineers and designers
Sheppard Pratt Health System (SPHS) recently celebrated a major construction milestone on its new Behavioral Health facility in Howard County, Maryland with a topping-out ceremony – the point during construction at which a building has reached its highest, final height.
Medical gas systems serve healthcare facilities by providing gases that are life-sustaining (oxygen), critical-use (medical air), or suction (vacuum) for patients.
In this edition, learn about health care facility codes, chillers, chilled water systems, generator sets, ASHRAE 189.1 and IgCC.
Deb shines light on how ASCs can ensure staff can effectively continue surgical work amidst ongoing construction.
April Woods, PE, LEED AP BD+C, vice president, WSP USA, has joined the editorial advisory board.