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Gary Hamilton
Gary Hamilton is a new senior vice president and healthcare leader in the Arlington, Va., buildings practice of WSP USA, formerly WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, an engineering and professional services consultancy.


Dennis Vonasek
HGA Architects and Engineers (HGA) is pleased to announce that Dennis Vonasek, AIA, ACHA, has transferred to the Washington, D.C., office as vice president and Healthcare Practice Group leader.





Wood Panel
Metsä Wood is launching the innovative L-panel as part of the LVL product range. L-panel is suitable for a wide variety of applications, from wall and ceiling panels, to door blanks and window frames.


LED Panel Kits
Expanding upon its recently introduced line of LED Flat Panel Fixtures, Litetronics proudly announces the launch of its new family of LED RetroFit Flat Panel Kits, the industry’s simplest way to upgrade standard fluorescent troffer fixtures to energy-saving, long-life LED flat panel technology.


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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Turner Construction Company’s Memphis office recently celebrated the topping out of a $275 million, 450,000-square-foot patient tower, named the Gary Shorb Tower, at Methodist University Hospital (MUH).
Harbor Medical Center Renovation Makes Room for Medical Offices
FULLERTON, Calif. — A major renovation of a landmark Fullerton office building, Harbor Medical Center, was completed June 2017, with full and partial floors now available for lease.

Parkview Huntington Hospital Breaks Ground on Expansion
HUNTINGTON, Ind. —  The Parkview Huntington Hospital in Huntington symbolically broke ground on its hospital expansion project during a private, invitation-only ceremony on Nov. 17.

Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Held for New UF Health Hospitals
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A ribbon-cutting was held at the University of Florida (UF) Health Cancer Center’s Circle of Hope on Nov 2. 

New Cooling Towers Protect Hospitals’ Low Infection Rates
A new Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study involving 196 cooling towers nationwide found that 84 percent contained Legionella DNA, indicating that the dangerous bacteria that causes a severe, even fatal, type of pneumonia were present or had been at some point.