Jason Lee

Jason is a principal in Array’s New York City office and manages healthcare projects that run the gamut from small, complex high acuity renovations to super-sized ambulatory care centers throughout the City and surrounding boroughs. A leader in the implementation of Building Information Modeling throughout design and construction of projects, Jason is also a firm-wide resource and advocate for coordinating a team of consultants to adopt the intricacies of BIM for the owner’s benefit.
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Strategic Considerations for Mechanical Equipment Rooms

Posted by Jason Lee on Jan 19, 2016

While reflecting on factors that made recent projects successful, one area of importance came to mind: the Mechanical Equipment Room (MER). Many architects may not consider this an area of...


Topics: Healthcare Design, mechanical equipment rooms, MER

Accommodating Community & Hospital Needs System-Wide, Part 2

Posted by Jason Lee on Nov 04, 2015

Large healthcare organizations that are actively merging with and/or acquiring facilities, as well as building new ground-up facilities for better healthcare offerings, need to consider overall..


Topics: Facility Planning, Healthcare Design, Master Planning, Adaptability, Design Approach

Accommodating Community & Hospital Needs System-Wide, Part 1

Posted by Jason Lee on Sep 10, 2015

As healthcare systems continue to expand and evolve, a new challenge has emerged. Facilities, whether newly built or newly acquired, are bringing additional resources into the system. These new..


Topics: Facility Planning, Healthcare Design, Master Planning, Adaptability

Why Central Sterile is Such a Central Service

Posted by Jason Lee on Jul 06, 2015

The Central Sterile Processing Department is essential to the safety and efficiency of many other departments. The location, flow and size of the Central Sterile Processing Department affects..


Topics: Kaizen, central sterile, Surgery

Lean Design & Construction - Evolving Processes

Posted by Jason Lee on Feb 10, 2015

Concurrent with completing the largest Ambulatory Surgery Center on the East Coast, I had the opportunity to present our success with Building Information Modeling at the 16th Annual Lean...


Topics: Knowledge Sharing, Building Information Modeling (BIM), Lean Design

Top 8 Considerations When Redesigning MRI Suites

Posted by Jason Lee on Dec 23, 2014

Featured in, December 2014

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) examinations have been an important diagnostic tool since the first commercial MRI became available in 1981. [1],[2]


Topics: technology, renovation, hospitals, MRI

Utilizing BIM for Aggressive Healthcare Project Schedules

Posted by Jason Lee on Oct 28, 2014

Featured in Healthcare Global, October 2014.

Do you think your architect and contractor could design and construct a 12-story, 280,000 SF Ambulatory Surgery Center with 12 ORs in less than 18.....READ MORE

Topics: Ambulatory Care, Building Information Modeling (BIM)

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