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Surgery Center of Gilbert

Surgery Center of Gilbert - AZRE Magazine November/December 2011
by in Medical

Developer: Surgery Center of Gilbert General contractor: Wespac Construction Architect: Orcutt|Winslow Location: SEC Recker and Baseline roads, Gilbert Size: 14,000 SF When completed in 3Q 2012, this ambulatory center in Gilbert will feature four state-of-the-art operating rooms with space to expand to five when needed. Surgery Center of Gilbert was last modified: January 7th, 2016… Read More →

Working Internationally: Designs on the International Market

Working Internationally - AZRE Magazine November/December 2011
by in Associations

AIA Arizona members are bringing their skills to the global stage by working internationally. From Tucson to Phoenix, the rush and excitement of working internationally has hit Arizona architectural firms. With projects in a range of countries from China to France, AIA Arizona  members are bursting upon the global scene and blazing a trail of… Read More →

Hospitality: Gateway Hilton Garden Inn

Gateway Hilton Garden Inn, AZRE July/August 2008
by in Hospitality

GATEWAY HILTON GARDEN INN Developer: Windsor Hotels General contractor: Summit Builders Architect: Orcutt|Winslow Location: 3838 W. Van Buren St., Phoenix Size: 121,000 SF The $15.5 million, design-build project is a conversion of an existing office building to a 10-story, 192-room Gateway Hilton Garden Inn. The facility will undergo complete interior demolition back to the structure and… Read More →

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 →