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Utah Valley Hospital Opens Pedersen Patient Tower

PROVO, Utah — Intermountain Healthcare’s Utah Valley Hospital recently opened the new Pedersen Patient Tower for patient care, marking substantial completion of an ongoing $430 million hospital replacement project that began in 2015.


Healthcare Facilities to Require Many Construction-Related Changes

There is no alternative to providing citizens with healthcare services and government leaders are searching for ways to upgrade, modernize and expand existing facilities while constructing new ones.

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Medxcel Joins FirstNet

INDIANAPOLIS — Medxcel is connecting its emergency management teams to FirstNet —  public safety’s dedicated communications platform.

New Cooling Towers at New York Hospital Promote Energy Savings

NEW YORK CITY — NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln announced the recent installment of antimicrobial cooling towers, which not only support the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system; but also include antimicrobial features that significantly reduce the risk of harmful bacteria that sometimes grow in less advanced cooling towers.

Aquila Healthcare Unveils Nursing Unit Designed for Post-Acute Rehab

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Stevens Construction has completed a 57,000-square-foot, post-acute care skilled nursing unit for Lee Health, as announced by Company President, Mark Stevens.

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Virender Ahuja
HDR has hired Virender Ahuja as consulting principal in San Francisco.
David Hunt
CannonDesign announces David Hunt, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP stepping into the role of Health Practice Leader.
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Texture Collection
The Everywhere Texture collection from Designtex features a uniquely engineered polyester yarn collection that makes it inherently suitable to be used as a wallcovering, an upholstery, a drapery and even for wrapped wall panels.  
Power Distribution System
Larson Electronics, a Texas-based company with over 40 years of experience spearheading the industrial lighting and industrial equipment sectors, announced the release of a temporary power distribution system that can convert 480V AC current to single phase 120V AC and 240V AC 60Hz.
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