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Considerations When Designing a Mammography Suite

Posted by Guest Contributor on Jul 09, 2019

Millions of women are screened for breast cancer each year. For many, it can cause fear and anxiety. Many women choose not to schedule their screening due to the fear of having cancer, the exam.....READ MORE

Topics: mammography suites, mammography suite design

Using an Overbuild Approach to Increase Capacity and Capability

Posted by Guest Contributor on May 14, 2019

Overcrowding and constrained capacity are common problems facing our healthcare clients. When we're engaged to overcome these hurdles, Array's Lean, process-led approach helps us find the most.....READ MORE

Topics: overbuild, Healthcare Architecture, robert wood johnson

Why Junior Architects Should Participate in Construction Administration

Posted by Guest Contributor on Apr 04, 2019

Array’s Mind the Gap event, which provides an opportunity for students to explore healthcare design, is days away. The event has influenced me to reflect on my formative experience as an architect.....READ MORE

Topics: Mind the Gap, construction administration, tips for junior architects

Horton Hears A Woof! - A Teacup Pup Doghouse

Posted by Guest Contributor on Mar 04, 2019

For the third year, Array Architects participated in the Bark + Build Doghouse Design/Build Competition in Dallas, TX. Our local Dallas office partnered this year with Vaughn Construction. Array’s 

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A Deeper Look at Robert Wood Johnson's Ambulatory Building Expansion

Posted by Guest Contributor on Feb 06, 2019

How do healthcare facilities managers ensure optimal patient flow, prevent overcrowding and set the stage for continued service line expansion? Renovation and expansion are critical tools in.....READ MORE

Topics: ASC expansion, New Jersey Healthcare Architects, robert wood johnson, ambulatory building design

Architecture Shaping the Behavioral Healthcare Environment of Care

Posted by Guest Contributor on Feb 02, 2019

I was introduced to healthcare architecture while contributing to the completion of a new adult inpatient behavioral center that redefined how a patient’s environment of care can enhance their.....READ MORE

Topics: Healing Environment, Behavioral Health Design

When Going Vertical in the Emergency Department Makes Sense

Posted by Guest Contributor on Sep 10, 2018

With treatment space at a premium and census growing steadily each year, our client knew creative solutions and swift implementation was needed. Array’s team mapped the patient experience with.....READ MORE

Topics: mock-ups, emergency department, vertical treatment

Professional Development - What a Difference a Year Makes!

Posted by Guest Contributor on Jul 10, 2018

This is a story about an afternoon that changed my life. It was April 2017. I was finishing up my senior year at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. I was in my usual spot – my.....READ MORE

Topics: Design Careers

Mind the Gap 2018 Healthcare Design Conference

Posted by Guest Contributor on Jun 07, 2018

 

Saturday, April 7th, 2018, Array Architects hosted its second Mind the Gap event at the Herman Miller Showcase Room in Washington, DC. The event's title, "Mind the Gap," originates from the.....READ MORE

Topics: Mind the Gap

The Benefits of Converting to Private Patient Rooms

Posted by Guest Contributor on May 15, 2018

Across the nation, hospitals continue to see a decreasing need for medical/surgical patient rooms, but at the same time an increase in competition to fill the rooms that remain. To compete to fill.....READ MORE

Topics: private patient room