Going Green: Strategies for Planning a Sustainable Facility Emily McNamara, Kevin McNamara, Phil Meyer
Join EUA's Emily McNamara, Kevin McNamara and Phil Meyer in discussing the steps to take in creating strategies behind planning a sustainable facility.
Infusing Sustainability into Architectural Design: Five Strategies That Can Reduce the Impact of Healthcare Buildings on the EnvironmentEmily McNamara, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
When most people hear the word ‘sustainability,’ with architecture their focus immediately goes to visible building components such as green roofs or solar panels, and their assumption is that sustainability costs a significant amount of ‘extra’ funds.
Sustainability at Home: Small Changes Form New HabitsEmily McNamara, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Here are some sustainable habits to implement while working from home to improve your daily routine.
In the Spotlight: Benefits of the On-Stage/Off-Stage Model of CareEmily McNamara, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Recently, we have seen more and more of our clients transitioning from a traditional, linear model of care to an on-stage/off-stage approach which better separates patient from caregiver spaces.
Want to Save Money on Your Next Project? Let’s Focus on Energy!Emily McNamara, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Investing in an energy efficient building creates a more comfortable space, positively impacting occupant satisfaction, performance and ultimately costs. Focus on Energy's Design Assistance Program will allow you to do just that.
The Right Mix: Design Considerations for Emergent Care SettingsEmily McNamara, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Perhaps it’s the millennial in me, but after relocating to the Midwest, it took me over two years and four visits to urgent care before I finally selected a Primary Care Physician (PCP). As a new patient, urgent care became my point of care for its ease of access and affordability, and I’m not alone in this choice.