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

Posted by Marsha Whitt 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 Walter Ksiazak 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

Architecture Alone Isn’t Enough: The Origins of Array's Integrated Approach

Posted by Craig Meaney on Jan 31, 2019

What do an architect, front-end software developer and healthcare systems engineer have in common? All three seemingly dissimilar professionals work side-by-side at Array

Array Architects is.....READ MORE

Topics: Healthcare Architecture, integrated services

Nature-Inspired Healing Environments

Posted by Madeline Hill on Jan 18, 2019

With the goal of creating a strong unit identity, Array’s design team was inspired by the many different environments in the Washington, DC area. The team presented theming options of an urban.....READ MORE

Strategy Planning for an Off-Site Facility to House Support Services

Posted by Sara Duncan on Dec 19, 2018

Co-authored by Lisa Lipschutz, a Principal & Senior Healthcare Planner with Array.

Most hospital campuses grow organically, and often become land-locked over time. With this growth, ancillary.....READ MORE

Topics: warehouse, Support Services, Offsite

Reducing Waste with Software Licensing

Posted by Dan Cadden on Dec 11, 2018

As a specialist architectural enterprise providing advisory, planning, design and technology solutions to the healthcare industry, Array infuses innovation into each of our endeavors. As the firm...


Topics: technology, revit

Our Basic Needs: An Outlook on the Recovery Process in Puerto Rico

Posted by Keith Urio on Dec 06, 2018


It has been over a year since Hurricane Maria and life is still not back to normal throughout much of Puerto Rico. Hurricane Maria swept through the Caribbean island on September 20, 2017 and.....READ MORE

Prior Planning is Key to Remaining Operational During a Renovation

Posted by Jeffrey Drucker on Nov 27, 2018

How do you ensure patient and staff safety, operational capabilities and an acceptable visitor experience during the renovation of your healthcare facility? Whether your organization is worried.....READ MORE

Topics: Ambulatory Care, renovation, ASC expansion

'Quality is not a Unidimensional Idea'

Posted by Tim Nichols on Nov 14, 2018

“What sort of quality are we seeking here?” That’s the question marketing hall-of-famer Seth Godin contends is most important when doing work. Where some see quality as meeting specifications,.....READ MORE

Topics: QA Architecture, QC, performance metrics

Optimizing Laboratory Workflow While Maintaining Operations

Posted by Kristy Venrick on Nov 05, 2018

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s Molecular Pathology Department is growing exponentially. As a result, their off-site location needed to be renovated to accommodate increased.....READ MORE