Courtesy: Peter Mollick
Hospitals June 2, 2021

Post COVID-19 healthcare facilities planning

With vaccinations underway, an end to the COVID-19 pandemic is on the horizon

By Kurt Neubek and Kregg Elsass
Courtesy: Grumman | Butkus Associates.
Hospitals May 27, 2021

How does your hospital stack up: Grumman | Butkus Associates publishes 2020 edition of hospital benchmarking survey

Report examines electricity, fossil fuel, water/sewer, and carbon footprint

By Grumman/Butkus Associates
Courtesy: Albert Vecerka ESTO Photographics/Page
Building Types May 20, 2021

Improving health for night shift workers through design

The negative impact of artificial lighting on the circadian rhythms of night shift workers can be successfully mitigated through design following the WELL Building Standard

By Dave Weatherly
Courtesy: Dewberry
Hospitals May 6, 2021

Incorporating resilient healthcare facility solutions in New Jersey

Healthcare facilities in New Jersey have faced a variety of challenges from natural disasters to pandemics and they're trying to become more resilient as a result.

By Mario Iannelli and Jamie Mandala
Courtesy: CannonDesign
Workforce Development May 5, 2021

Women in healthcare design are making an impact

Abbie Clary, director of CannonDesign's global health practice, discusses the future of healthcare design, what it takes for women to lead in male-dominated industries and more. See video.

By CannonDesign
Courtesy: RTM Engineering Consultants
Lighting April 21, 2021

What to know about wireless lighting systems

As more lighting devices, systems and services become connected wirelessly, so have lighting control systems, offering flexibility and scalability

By Timothy Larson
Figure 6: RTM Engineering Consultants is currently working closely with the owner and lighting manufacturer to design and specify a wireless lighting system for this 100,000-square-foot medical clinic. Courtesy: RTM Engineering Consultants
Lighting April 21, 2021

The future of wireless lighting systems

What should lighting designers consider for the future of wireless lighting systems?

By Timothy Larson
Courtesy: TLC Engineering for Architecture
Hospitals April 8, 2021

Incorporating technology into healthcare facilities

The visioning, coordination and planning of technology equipment in a new hospital or major healthcare facility takes a lot of meticulous work and accuracy to get right.

By Ted Hood
Courtesy: Leach Wallace Associates - member of WSP
HVAC March 22, 2021

How critical space testing works in health care

Critical space testing has been shown to be an effective way for health care facility managers to understand and manage the operation of their HVAC systems

By Christopher T. McCarthy and James P. Gleba
Courtesy: MediTechSafe
Cybersecurity March 12, 2021

Mitigating OT cybersecurity risks, enforcing best practices

Cybersecurity is becoming a major problem for operational technology (OT) users and can affect people in surprising and unexpected ways. See example and four questions to ask when developing an OT cybersecurity plan.

By MediTechSafe