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Troy Stutz
Health care construction specialist Troy Stutz is the new project executive at RJM Construction, where he will provide project leadership on large assignments with a focus on health care projects.

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Thure Meyer
Recently named lead architect of the health care IT advisory services division at MedSys Group, Thure Meyer will be responsible for advising clients on their IT infrastructure and security to fully support their health care systems. 


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The norament satura from Nora Systems is a high-performance floor covering, ideal for busy working environments such as schools and hospitals.


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Originally made for residential and commercial remodeling, the barrier products from ZipWall can now be applied in health care construction, restoration and mold remediation settings.


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Recent studies show that exposure to natural sunlight has a physical and mental health benefit for both patients and staff in health care facilities, which is an incentive to upgrade buildings with expansive windows. Additionally, the use of daylighting financially cuts down on energy costs when less electricity for lighting is used.

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Sustainability is a key issue in today’s health care industry. More than ever, health care facilities are being forced to balance a demand for lower costs with regulatory requirements and a renewed emphasis on the implementation of energy-efficient solutions all while trying to offer services in a hotel-like ambiance.


NEWS


Leesburg Medical Campus Expands Emergency Department
LEESBURG, Va. — On May 2, Inova Loudoun Medical Campus – Leesburg, part of the Inova Health System, opened the first phase of a $39.2 million campus renovation and expansion.

Cherokee Nation Reveals $104.3 Million Health Facility Plan
CATOOSA, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation and its business arm, Cherokee Nation Business (CNB), announced on March 28 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa in Catoosa that they would invest $104.3 million into the tribe’s new and existing health facilities.

SLU Hospital Transforms Radiology Suite
ST. LOUIS — At Saint Louis University (SLU) Hospital, the renovation of an existing radiology room turned the space into an advanced, single-plane radiology suite with a Siemens Artis Zeego angiography system.


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