CannonDesign to deliver new hospital to l’Université de Montreal

Architecture, International, Other
Wednesday, December 30, 2015
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Currently under construction, the Centre Hospitalier de Montreal (CHUM) will be one of the largest medical complexes in North America. (Courtesy CannonDesign)

It has been 30 years since Montreal has built a new hospital. CannonDesign in association with Montreal based NEUF Architect(e)s, and l’Université de Montreal aim to amend that situation with a new three tower hospital complex.

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Pelli Clarke Pelli designs bright and curvy addition to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Architecture, East, News
Thursday, November 19, 2015
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Pelli Clarke Architects' Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (Courtesy PCP Architects)

Pelli Clarke Architects’ Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Courtesy PCP Architects)

Designers and doctors know instinctively what science now confirms: design that connects people to light, air, and green space reduces stress and facilitates the healing process. Putting research into action, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s tapped New York’s Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects to design the Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care at the hospital’s main campus in West Philadelphia. Houston-based FKP Architects is the architect of record. Read More

Indiana University Health hires HOK to masterplan medical campus in downtown Indianapolis

Development, Midwest, News, Urbanism
Monday, September 14, 2015
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(HOK)

(HOK)

Healthcare in the Indianapolis area is getting a check-up, as a new masterplan seeks to streamline operations at one of South Central Indiana’s biggest medical institutions.

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NBBJ’s New Orleans hospital embodies resilience

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NBBJ designed UMC's entry pavilion to recall New Orleans' porch culture. (Sean Airhart)

NBBJ designed UMC’s entry pavilion to recall New Orleans’ porch culture. (Sean Airhart)

High performance and cultural relevance meet in concrete, metal, and steel mesh envelope.

For the stakeholders involved in building the new Rev. Avery C. Alexander Academic Research Hospital (also known as University Medical Center, or UMC) in downtown New Orleans, the project was about much more than replacing facilities damaged during Hurricane Katrina.

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Northwestern University breaks ground on biomedical research tower to succeed Bertrand Goldberg’s Prentice Women’s Hospital

The Louis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. Querrey Biomedical Research Center in Chicago. (Northwestern University, Perkins + Will)

The Louis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. Querrey Biomedical Research Center in Chicago. (Northwestern University, Perkins + Will)

Northwestern University broke ground today on the latest addition to their downtown medical campus: a glassy, high-rise complex for biomedical research that architects Perkins + Will have previously described as “a high-tech loft.”

The Louis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. Querrey Biomedical Research Center replaces Bertrand Goldberg’s old Prentice Women’s Hospital, which was demolished last year after a contentious preservation fight ended with the Commission on Chicago Landmarks voting unanimously to deny the building protection. Read More

Cook County mulls options for long-abandoned, beaux-arts hospital in Chicago

(Courtesy Chicago Architecture Foundation)

(Courtesy Chicago Architecture Foundation)

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle briefly took the lectern at the Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF) Tuesday night to welcome presentations on the future of an infamous white elephant structure on the city’s near West Side: the old Cook County Hospital building. “We believe that this building has inherent value,” Preckwinkle said, “and that a thoughtful process like this can help unlock that value.” Read More

Peek Inside Ellis Island’s abandoned hospital before it opens for tours next week

East, Pictorial, Preservation
Friday, September 26, 2014
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Ellis Island's South Side Hospital Complex. (Henry Melcher / AN)

Ellis Island’s South Side Hospital Complex. (Henry Melcher / AN)

In the early 20th Century, the sprawling, 29-building Public Health Service hospital on the south shore of Ellis Island was the biggest federal hospital in the country—and possibly its most state-of-the-art. The comprehensive medical institution treated over one million newly-arrived immigrants ill with diseases like tuberculosis, measles, trachoma, and scarlet fever.

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Michael Graves’ paralysis informs design for Omaha Rehabilitation Hospital

Architecture, Midwest
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
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DLR Group, Page, and Michael Graves are working on a rehab facility in West Omaha that is informed by Graves' own experience. (DLR Group)

DLR Group, Page, and Michael Graves are working on a rehab facility in West Omaha that is informed by Graves’ own experience. (DLR Group)

The architect of Omaha’s new rehabilitation hospital says his own paralysis has given him “greater empathy,” which has informed his designs for the healthcare industry. Local firm DLR Group and Texas-based engineering firm Page are working with Michael Graves, who lost the use of his legs in 2003 as the result of an infection, on the $93 million Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital in west Omaha.

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Chicago Issues Demolition Permit for Cuneo Memorial Hospital

Development, Midwest, News, Preservation
Thursday, January 23, 2014
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cuneo memorial hospital, a 1957 Edo Belli building, is slated for demolition. (devin hunter via flickr)

cuneo memorial hospital, a 1957 Edo Belli building, is slated for demolition. (devin hunter via flickr)

Chicago officials issued a demolition permit for Cuneo Memorial Hospital this week, dealing a blow to neighborhood activists and preservationists who have been fighting to save the curvy Uptown structure. Cuneo had made Preservation Chicago’s list of seven most endangered buildings in 2012.

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Report: Hundreds of Historic Properties at Risk Due to VA Negligence

National
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
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Old Main at The Milwaukee National Soldiers Home (Courtesy Milwaukee Preservation Alliance)

Old Main at The Milwaukee National Soldiers Home (Courtesy Milwaukee Preservation Alliance)

Hundreds of historic buildings and landscapes under the administration of the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are at risk of being abandoned or demolished, claims a study from the National Trust for Historic Preservation released earlier this month. According to the report, entitled “Honoring Our Veterans: Saving Their Places of Health Care and Healing,” the VA has failed to comply with federal preservation requirements and maintain their historic properties, some dating back to the Civil War. The agency has instead favored the expensive construction of new facilities.

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Northwestern University unveils finalists’ designs for Prentice replacement

Midwest, Preservation
Thursday, November 7, 2013
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Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill's submission for ex-Prentice site.

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill’s submission for ex-Prentice site.

Northwestern University released images of the building that could replace old Prentice Women’s Hospital Thursday. The three finalists vying to design a successor to Bertrand Goldberg’s curvilinear icon are: Goettsch Partners and Ballinger; Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill and Payette; and Perkins & Will.

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Another Brooklyn Service Bites the Dust: Long Island College Hospital to Close

East
Friday, February 8, 2013
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Long Islnd College Hospital (Courtesy of Chris Morgan/Flickr)

Long Islnd College Hospital (Courtesy of Chris Morgan/Flickr)

It looks like South Brooklyn will have plenty of new condos, but perhaps a dearth of services. This morning, the board of trustees of the State University of New York (SUNY) voted unanimously to close Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Cobble Hill. According to DNAinfo, Downstate Medical Center president Dr. John Williams told the board that the hospital “was losing money and draining the entire Downstate system.” Protests ensued at the public hearing from doctors, nurses, and hospital staff. The 200,000-square-foot campus could have a price tag of up to $500 million.

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