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Patient Perspectives: Moments of Healing

Posted by Keith Urio on Oct 29, 2019

In June of 2018, I accepted my first job out of college working for Array, a healthcare architecture firm. In light of that decision, my family anticipated that I was going to be the one spending.....READ MORE

Topics: Healthcare Design

Expedited Laboratory Design and Construction: A Success Story

Posted by Guest Contributor on Oct 14, 2019

The downtown Charlotte, NC campus of Johnson and Wales University needed facilities to support new Organic Chemistry and Microbiology programs added to the curriculum. Though the program changes.....READ MORE

Topics: Laboratory Design

3 Tips for Designing an Educational and Therapeutic Space for Students

Posted by Annette Giuffrida-Levesque on Sep 26, 2019

In recent years, Mt. Sinai Health System identified an increased need for behavioral health services in the neighborhoods of Morningside Heights and Harlem, which surround the St. Luke’s campus......READ MORE

Topics: Behavioral Health Design, pediatric design, school-based therapy

How the Mock-Up Process Helps Us  Better Design for the Client’s Workflow

Posted by Guest Contributor on Sep 05, 2019

Array was recently engaged to work on a new primary care clinic for a pediatric health system. The clinic will function as the headquarters for primary care and will host 30 exam rooms. The users...

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Topics: mock-ups, Process-Led Design, pediatric design

How to Keep Your Pull Plan from Pulling Away

Posted by James Britt on Aug 19, 2019

Pull plans are powerful tools for project teams of any size to map out key tasks, identify critical paths, discover efficiencies, and confirm the project scope can be delivered when it is needed......READ MORE

Topics: pull planning

Array's Approach in Action

Posted by Jonathan Bykowski on Aug 05, 2019

I am often asked at client interviews for an example demonstrating our approach. One that always comes to mind is a success story on so many levels that I can’t help but share it at almost every.....READ MORE

Topics: Pediatrics, outpatient strategy, Process-Led Design

Choosing the Right Construction Project Delivery Approach

Posted by Guest Contributor on Jul 22, 2019

Choosing the right delivery approach for your construction project is critical to its success. Between new approaches, the many issues that are involved in your choice, and the interests of.....READ MORE

Topics: construction project delivery methods, which project delivery method to choose, Construction project delivery approaches

Charting My Path Toward Health Systems Engineering

Posted by Laura Silvoy on Jul 18, 2019

When I began my academic career at Lehigh University, I had an idea of what I wanted to achieve, but did not realize how my path would change and evolve. I started out in the five-year Arts &.....READ MORE

Topics: health systems engineering, simulation modeling, career path

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

MedSpas: Outstanding Patient Experiences Brought to Life

Posted by Pat Malick on Jun 10, 2019

As our healthcare clients look for avenues to enhance their presence in a saturated marketplace, MedSpas have emerged as one way to achieve that goal. In the US alone, MedSpas are a $3.5-4B.....READ MORE

Topics: patient experience, medspa, Tower Health