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Developing Successful Meeting Account A3s

Posted by Guest Contributor on Sep 19, 2017

Did you think, as I initially did, that A3s are only for problem solving? It turns out they aren’t; there are several flavors. For us at Array the meeting account A3 is closest to the Status.....READ MORE

Topics: Collaboration, meeting account A3s

Supporting Candidates Through the Architectural Experience Program

Posted by Guest Contributor on May 16, 2017

The Architectural Experience Program (AXP), formerly known as the Intern Development Program (IDP), is a program by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards that facilitates.....READ MORE

Topics: Architecture Licensure, AXP

Importance of Ambulatory Site Selection & Evaluation

Posted by Guest Contributor on Nov 29, 2016

As the healthcare landscape shifts, many providers are delivering care in innovative ways. With the goal of integrating into their patients daily lives, providers are also searching for new,.....READ MORE

Topics: real estate, Ambulatory Care

From Mowing the Lawn to Designing Hospitals

Posted by Guest Contributor on Nov 07, 2016

I know what you’re thinking, how did mowing the lawn lead to me designing hospitals?

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Topics: Healthcare Design, patient experience

Designing to Prevent Hospital Acquired Infections

Posted by Guest Contributor on Sep 28, 2016

Recently I had the opportunity to be a guest speaker for a Master-level class at Kent State University’s College of Architectural and Environmental Design. The class was part of their Healthcare.....READ MORE

Topics: Healthcare Design, Infection Control, hospital acquired infections

Unifying and Improving a Health System – Protect the Client

Posted by Guest Contributor on Sep 12, 2016

In an effort to provide a full spectrum of health services to each of its communities, Mercy Health System identified Behavioral Health as a priority service line for improvement. As mentioned in...

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Topics: Cost Reduction Strategies, bulk purchasing, Behavioral Health Design

Keep on Swimming: An Artist’s Journey to Public Space Mural Design

Posted by Guest Contributor on Jul 01, 2016

As an artist, photographer and designer for 35+ years, I’ve developed a broad range of creative skills across multiple media for a variety of healthcare, educational, informational, corporate and..

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Topics: Art and Healthcare, Environmental Graphic Design, Kimak Design

Working with Community Groups to Grow the Next Generation

Posted by Guest Contributor on Apr 27, 2016

Array launched a firm-wide community support initiative with employees giving back in their neighborhoods. As healthcare-focused architects and designers, our finished product not only benefits.....READ MORE

Topics: volunteer, fresh air fund

Environmental Graphics Add Permanent Fixture in Pediatric Rooms

Posted by Guest Contributor on Apr 19, 2016

Assisting with the environmental graphics for NewYork Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital in New York City has been one of my most rewarding endeavors at Array. When approached to.....READ MORE

Topics: Environmental Graphic Design, patient board

Work with the Bones - 5 Tips to Redesign Old Buildings for Healthcare

Posted by Guest Contributor on Apr 07, 2016

Some buildings are historic — some are just old

In most of Washington, DC, and certain historic districts in neighboring Virginia and Maryland, many of these older structures can’t be demolished..

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Topics: Healthcare Construction, old buildings

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