Washington, D.C. – Isabelle Arnold, Project Architect with Array Architects, has been invited to join the Facility Guidelines Institute’s (FGI) Biocontainment Unit Task Group. The group is an exclusive team of experts who will help establish Biocontainment Unit-specific material for 2022’s Guidelines. The team includes facilities directors, nursing directors, code consultants, regulatory officials and fellow healthcare designers.
“I am honored to participate in the important work of FGI’s Biocontainment Unit Task Group,” Isabelle Arnold said. “A multidisciplinary team is critical to designing these complex spaces, and as highly-infectious and dangerous diseases and viruses become more common, they are becoming even more crucial.”
Arnold was selected for her expertise in biocontainment unit design, which was on display during two presentations she gave at HITT Contracting’s Co|Lab earlier the year. In November, Arnold joined forces with Leach Wallace Associates to unveil a simulation mockup serving as proof of concept for a 6,500 SF flexible biocontainment unit project in development in the Washington, DC area.
About Array Architects
Recognized as a leader in healthcare facility design, consulting and technology, Array offers knowledge- based, data-informed services, including planning, architecture, interior design, transformation and asset advisory services. Using Lean as a foundation for a unique process-led approach, Array’s deliverables employ data and technology to leverage real-time patient and real estate market trends required by today’s healthcare organizations. The company’s devotion to a healthcare-exclusive practice springs from a belief in the power of design and technology to improve patient outcomes, maximize operational efficiencies and increase staff satisfaction. Learn more at array-architects.com.
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