Health care facility designers are expected to keep pace with increasingly complex, advanced engineered systems and features
For a health system building a new community hospital, it’s natural that everyone who will be using the space wants to have a say in how it turns out.
Engineers can leverage the integrated project delivery and virtual design and construction processes
Harnessing integrated project delivery allowed the team to complete a fast-track replacement hospital
A common theme among education conferences is an exploration into what we can do as design partners, facility managers, district leaders, educators, etc. to continuously improve the learning experience for students.
Questions not covered during the March 7, 2019, webcast are addressed here.
With each new generation of network comes new and exciting possibilities, both in capacity and data speeds as well as the network’s integration into the latest communication technologies
The DBIA conference is an event that unites AEC professionals, building owners, leaders in design-build delivery, and relative newcomers to share the latest trends, ideas and best practices that can fuel both progressive project delivery models for the future.
Integrated project delivery (IPD) is aimed at more directly connecting what the end users are expecting to get and what actually gets built for them, while at the same time minimizing lifecycle costs and shortening the overall schedule.
A new and existing hospital building were delivered using IPD.