Lighting the Way to Good Healthcare Design

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By anticipating the lighting needs of the patient and the medical staff, it’s possible to reach a healthy, cost-effective, and sustainable system. Read on to learn about lighting in nurses’ stations, patient corridors, patient rooms, critical care areas, cancer centers, and children’s healthcare environments.

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Paramount Farms’ Childcare Center Displays Natural Resources and Green Design
The recently completed Paramount Child Development Center is a high-performance, energy-efficient development center built with the goal of improved learning.
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USGBC Tackles Building Performance Head On
The U.S. Green Building Council recently stepped up its commitment to improved building performance with the launch of the Building Performance Initiative.
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High-Performance Building Web Site Launched
A new website has been launched by A Better Tomorrow Media to clear up the confusion surrounding the terms “green” and “sustainability” in regard to buildings.
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Last Week's News:
Innovative Eco Office Earns LEED Platinum Certification
University Campus Center Embodies Social Interaction and Sustainability
Architecture Billings Index Bounces Back After Substantial Dip
Prentice Hospital Shares Lessons Learned During New Construction
After Northwestern Memorial HealthCare (NMH) completed its flagship replacement hospital in 1999, the project team documented the lessons they learned. So, when a team – composed of many of the same people – began planning a women’s hospital on the NMH campus 3 years later, the design foundation was already established.
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Healthcare Construction: Drivers, Challenges, and Solutions
The main drivers, all of which are particularly active in the current healthcare delivery system, are discussed here.
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Health Tech
Like most new healthcare facilities, St. Joseph Hospital’s Patient Care Center (PCC) in Orange, CA, boasts a wealth of sophisticated equipment, comforting user amenities, and energy-efficient technologies. But, balancing a healing environment with mounds of technology that can never fail is no easy task.
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RED-1 by Biamp Systems
Biamp Systems announces its newest innovation – the Remote Ethernet Device (RED-1), a graphical remote control.
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Chandel-Air by Meyda Lighting
Chandel-Air is engineered and designed to integrate lighting innovation, energy-saving fan technology and an extraordinary industrial style.
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TouchLink by Extron
TouchLink is the first fully configuration-based touchpanel control system with the power to handle the control needs of single-display rooms, dual-display rooms, divisible rooms, multi-image systems, and video conference suites.
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Comcast Experience Opens a Window to the World
New Options for Insulated Glass
Interactive Technology Makes Eaton's Space Memorable
A Tale of Three Cities
High-Tech California Academy of Sciences Wows Visitors
The Latest in Sign Technology
Materials and Sound
Total Energy Recovery Wheels: Integral to Sustainability
Responsible (and Sustainable) Outdoor Lighting
The Architect's Recipe for Courthouse Security

September 2, 2009
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TPG Architecture (NYC) designed a ticker tape element which would appear as if folded into the corners and embedded into the surface of an island bar for their Manhattan client.
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