Preparing for COVID–19: Strategies for creating isolation areas with existing hospital infrastructure
Hospitals and clinics will need to find ways to support an increase in patients who test positive for the virus. Strategies for creating isolation wards and using underutilized space can help.
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Michael Sheerin provided expert advice to engineers and others involved in the business of engineering
Michael Sheerin shared expert advice to engineers and others involved in the technical aspects of engineering and designing building systems
A survey on energy use shows a rise in energy costs and use as hospitals are struggling to reduce the carbon footprint
Hospitals are designed to control the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19. A look at how they do this as well as some ideas health systems may want to consider as they prepare for the pandemic-related possibilities we face.
Various filters were selected to meet a health care facility’s filtration needs, plus meet total cost of ownership requirements
The Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM) in Montreal combines modern healthcare delivery, history-rich landmarks, public art and urban architecture to become more than a healthcare destination.
The Thompson Autism Center at the Children’s Hospital of Orange County exists to help evaluate children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) earlier in life and was built by a designer who has had personal experiences with ASD, which influenced the project
The following case study examines unoccupied setback of an air handling unit dedicated to a surgery suite