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The New Parkland Hospital: Collaborative Delivery for the Future
Thursday, August 30, 2012, 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM (Eastern Time (US & Canada))
Register Today and Earn 1.25 AIA/CES Learning Units
$99 COAA Members
Since 1984, Parkland Health & Hospital System has a legacy of quality healthcare in Dallas County (TX), but operates in a 1954 facility that was designed to serve only half the current patient load. The new Parkland Hospital is a 1.9 million SF acute care facility that will serve as a teaching hospital for the University of Texas Southwestern School of Medicine. When completed in 2014, the $1.27B healthcare campus will include 862 private beds, 96 neonatal ICU beds, 108 emergency treatment rooms, and 24 operating suites... in nearly twice the square footage of New York's Chrysler Building!
Representatives of the Owner, architect and contractor will share how they employed "evidence-based design" principles and augmented CM-at-Risk delivery with "design assist" and other collaborative approaches to produce a sustainable, patient-friendly, and adaptable design on a fast-track delivery schedule with minimal risk to the Owner.
Participants will be able to recognize evidence-based design principles.
Participants will be able to design assist with
Participants will be able to use collaborative approaches to sustainable design.
Participants will be able to implement a fast-track delivery schedule with minimal risk to the Owner.
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