Tag Archives: Healthcare architecture

Using sliding doors to achieve flexible design

Although flexible design can provide long-lasting solutions for most architectural projects, it provides several unique benefits for a healthcare facility. As the past few years have shown, a healthcare centre’s ability to quickly respond to shifts in patient and staff needs can have a substantial impact on patient outcomes as well as the general public’s health and well-being.

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Ont. hospital one step closer to opening

A substantial portion of the construction of Cortellucci Vaughan Hospital, the first new hospital to be built in Ontario in more than 30 years, has been completed, reported Mackenzie Health. The milestone signals the completion of the bulk of construction on the project and the start of months of work to ensure the hospital is ready to provide patient care.

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B+H Architects and mcCallumSather to design Ontario hospital

B+H Architects and mcCallumSather has been selected as the planning, design, and conformance (PDC) team for the West Lincoln Memorial Hospital (WLMH) project, Grimsby, Ont. As the PDC team, B+H Architects and mcCallumSather will prepare project documents, including output specifications that will form the guidelines and performance requirements the successful building team must meet when preparing the design.

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