September 2021
5 Key Considerations for Behavioral Health Facilities
By Lindsay Corotis

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New Patient Tower at Chandler Regional Medical Center Serves as Main Hospital Entrance (Read More)

Saltzer Health Medical Campus Caters to Fast-Growing Communities in Idaho (Read More)

Joint Venture Awarded $840M Contract to Build New Veterans Administration Medical Center (Read More)

Covenant Health Hobbs Hospital in New Mexico Tops Out (Read More)

Momentum Building for Global Healthcare Energy Awards (Read More)

Healthcare Design Awards Promote Projects that Heal (Read More)

General Contractor Builds Prefab Shop, Provides Multiple Benefits to Healthcare Client (Read More)

2 Healthcare Facilities Win National 2021 Clean Air Awards (Read More)
Improve Wall Performance & Aesthetics With Tuff-Coat

Tuff-Coat is an acrylic architectural wall coating that can breathe new life into your healthcare facility’s wall performance while also improving aesthetics. Tuff-Coat dampproofs, bridges small cracks, hides stains, and reduces wall temperature. It can be used on concrete, brick, stucco, and exterior insulation finishing systems. Visit for more info.
The Boldt Company Welcomes Stoffel as Senior Director of Healthcare (Read More)

Perkins Eastman Brings Healthcare Architect on Board to Help Lead New Austin Studio (Read More)

Interior Design Leader Aimee Platt Relocates to CannonDesign’s Dallas Office (Read More)

Array Architects Promotes Healthcare Expert to Interior Design Director (Read More)

Harborview Medical Center New Medical Tower, new
Seattle, Wash.
Acute Care Hospital
$925 Million

Northeast Georgia Medical Center Patient Tower, new
Gainesville, Ga.
Acute Care Hospital
$700 Million

St. Elizabeths East New Hospital
Washington, D.C.
Acute Care Hospital
$375 Million