Revit Level of Development and Ramifications: from Modeling to “Legal”

Posted by Guest Contributor on Nov 12, 2019

As BIM Manager, I relish the opportunity to anticipate where our industry is heading. When asked to explore the effects of thedocuments that define our model protocols on our delivery process, the ...


Topics: technology, revit

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

Four Parts of the Pediatric Inpatient Unit of the Future: Part 1

Posted by Lisa Lipschutz on Dec 28, 2016

There are unique aspects to healthcare design, pediatric design and in particular, the design of world-class academic institutions in urban environments. In the past, I’ve discussed my top 10 list...


Topics: technology, Pediatrics, inpatient

Virtual Reality in Architecture

Posted by Guest Contributor on Sep 02, 2015

The impact technology has on society is blatant and prevalent. From the first computer to wearable tech, society has evolved alongside technological advancements. The way people interact with each..


Topics: technology, Adaptability

Top 8 Considerations When Redesigning MRI Suites

Posted by Guest Contributor 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

Construction Administration Technology Convergence

Posted by Ron Evitts on Dec 04, 2014

I spend my time on site photographing mistakes. Not really, but that’s how I’m perceived, since much of my time walking through the construction site is spent observing the work-in-progress, and.....READ MORE

Topics: technology, Newforma

Friend or Foe?

Posted by Guest Contributor on Oct 25, 2013

Learning from and sharing knowledge with other industry professionals, even the competition, is what makes us all better at what we do

Focusing solely on the healthcare market, many methodologies.....READ MORE

Topics: Architecture, technology, Healthcare Design, Affordable Care Act (ACA), Knowledge Sharing, Continuous Improvement, Healthcare

Technology’s Influence on Healthcare Design

Posted by Guest Contributor on May 30, 2013

On May 20, 2013, DuPont Corian’s showroom in New York hosted Healthcare Design magazine’s event that explored Design Considerations for Technological Innovation in Healthcare Design. The discussion.....READ MORE

Topics: technology, Healthcare Design, Affordable Care Act (ACA), Continuous Improvement, Healthcare, Advisory Services

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