BUILDING SYSTEMS


     Develop and Prioritize Research Questions on Interstitial Building System (IBS)    Funds:  Military Health System, US Department of Defense   Collaborators:  U.S. Department of Defense, Medical Facilities Center of Expertise and Standardization, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army Medical Command, Air Force Steering Group, NIKA Architects + Engineers, Skanska USA Building Inc., Ball State University, Veterans Affairs, TDK Consulting, LLC, Hunt Construction   Location:  Not Applicable

 

Develop and Prioritize Research Questions on Interstitial Building System (IBS)

Funds: Military Health System, US Department of Defense

Collaborators: U.S. Department of Defense, Medical Facilities Center of Expertise and Standardization, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army Medical Command, Air Force Steering Group, NIKA Architects + Engineers, Skanska USA Building Inc., Ball State University, Veterans Affairs, TDK Consulting, LLC, Hunt Construction

Location: Not Applicable

     Extraneous and Peripheral Factors Impeding Designing for Flexibility    Funds:  Herman Miller Grant   Collaborators:  School of Nursing, University of Texas, Arlington, TX   Location:  Five acute care hospitals across the United States

 

Extraneous and Peripheral Factors Impeding Designing for Flexibility

Funds: Herman Miller Grant

Collaborators: School of Nursing, University of Texas, Arlington, TX

Location: Five acute care hospitals across the United States

     Membrane Ceilings in Healthcare Environments Study    Funds:  US Department of Health and Human Services Grant - 6 HFPEP070012-01-02   Collaborators:  Washington Hospital Center, CCRD Partners, and Fluid Dynamics Solutions, Inc.   Location:  MedStar  Washington Hospital Center,   Washington, DC

 

Membrane Ceilings in Healthcare Environments Study

Funds: US Department of Health and Human Services Grant - 6 HFPEP070012-01-02

Collaborators: Washington Hospital Center, CCRD Partners, and Fluid Dynamics Solutions, Inc.

Location: MedStar Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC

     A Multi-Dimensional Comparative Assessment of Headwall Versus Ceiling Booms in Intensive Care Units    Funds:  Getinge USA Grant   Collaborators:  University of Texas Southwestern   Location:  Children's Medical Center, Dallas, TX

 

A Multi-Dimensional Comparative Assessment of Headwall Versus Ceiling Booms in Intensive Care Units

Funds: Getinge USA Grant

Collaborators: University of Texas Southwestern

Location: Children's Medical Center, Dallas, TX

     Inpatient Unit Design: Defining the Design Characteristics of a Successful Adaptable Unit    Funds:  AIA Research Grant  2006  and Herman Miller Grant   Collaborators:  School of Nursing, University of Texas, Arlington, TX and  Herman Miller     Location:  Six large US hospitals

 

Inpatient Unit Design: Defining the Design Characteristics of a Successful Adaptable Unit

Funds: AIA Research Grant 2006 and Herman Miller Grant

Collaborators: School of Nursing, University of Texas, Arlington, TX and Herman Miller 

Location: Six large US hospitals