May-June 2008 Archives

High-Tech Touch: Looking At Healthcare Technology

Healthcare Technology, AZRE Magazine May/June 2008
by in Construction

Healthcare construction projects are on the rise in Arizona and across the United States. Spurring the increase is competition among hospitals, aging facilities, growing populations and demand for new and changing healthcare technology. Industry experts estimate the boom will exceed $60 billion a year by 2010. Construction costs are also soaring and putting pressure on… Read More →

Pin-Point Site: Acquiring Good Sites For Medical Facilities

by in Finance & RE Law

The growth Phoenix has had in recent years equates to growth in the medical needs of its population. In turn, a greater number of medical facilities are needed within a broader area. The large inner city hospitals and satellite clinics that dominated healthcare for so long are no longer adequate to meet all of our… Read More →

Creating A Healing Environment With Medical Design

Medical Design, AZRE Magazine May/June 2008
by in Construction

If you asked people how they envision a medical facility, most would respond with an image of large lobbies, endless hallways and patient rooms with a draft. However, ask an architect who specializes in medical design and the answer is quite different. Healthy Implementation For The Healing Environment — with Medical Design “For more than… Read More →