Originally published in Medical Design & Construction. Healthcare systems are challenging the value of delivery of care versus facility ownership and management. Many are questioning initial capital investments that add to a stable of a depreciative real estate and are looking to enter into build‐to-suit, long‐term lease agreements in another owner’s building. New medical office […]

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When the need arises for a healthcare system to expand its real estate, realign its programmatic adjacencies or analyze its lack of available land for expansion, the ensuing conversations may trigger the question of whether a facility’s vertical expansion is feasible. While many have planned in advance for an overbuild project, others have not and […]

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The fifth North America Revit Technology Conference will occur on July 23 – 25 in Washington D.C. Conference attendees will have the opportunity to network, learn from experts and knowledge-share with an international community of their peers. On Thursday, July 23, I have the pleasure of discussing how design technology can foster design and BIM […]

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After several weeks of deliberations and, consultation with experts from the design and 3D printing world, Array is ready to reveal the winners of the 3D design challenge. This challenge took place across several offices and culminated in a collaborative effort to bring 2D drawings to 3D reality.

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After three weeks of adjustments to virtual models, 3D print testing, mentoring across offices, we now have our second round finalists’ prototypes! It has been rewarding to watch the growth of our staff and their fortitude in these three short weeks – they have wrestled with their designs, the printer output and final assembly.  Each […]

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To enhance Array’s strong design culture and provide a forum for mentorship, the firm’s practice area leaders began a 3D Design Challenge series. Staff members formally submitted design concepts for a business card holder.  For this competition, our designers used sketches, their computer drawing skills and their interpretation of the Array logo to design innovative […]

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An Atrium, as technically defined by the International Building Code (IBC) is an opening within a building connecting two or more stories, other than enclosed stairways, elevators, hoist ways, escalators, plumbing, electrical, air-conditioning or other equipment,

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